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Simon Underground - Krafty Radio Show 5/2/08

For the 500+ people regularly downloading Simon's show on a weekly
basis, an apology is due from your humble reviewer as you've had to
wait a whole extra day for the torrent to appear. This is down to me
being too knackered to compose a suitable review immediately following
the show! Hopefully this has merely whetted your appetite for the
latest episode in a continuing series exploring the innovative sounds
composed by sonic assassins around the globe.
As you should know by now, the basic formula for Simon's internet
radio show is based upon an initial hour of new tunes that are hot off
the press, followed by an hour of requests as demanded or pleaded for
by the regular listeners who have managed to get themselves into the
chatroom. However, this week was different with the arrival of a guest
at the UM Studio - Matt Green, notorious purveyor of hardcore tunes
that, until recently, were to be found primarily on his record label,
Corrupt. The format of the show is evolving over time as the audience
widens with the inclusion this week of an interview with Matt Green
spaced out over a choice selection of his tunes, past, present (he now
has a new label) and unreleased. Always expect cutting edge music on
this show 'cos that's what you'll will get. You got a fairly good
appreciation of what's going on in the world of hardcore techno these
days (forthcoming parties etc) and the progression in the types of
computers and programmes used by the artists. In the early days of
'proper techno' (say late 1991 onwards), tunes were being made on
Atari's and Amiga's. It's almost all PC's and laptops these days that,
admittedly, allow for the use of a lot more sound channels and complex
sampling. Personally, I always liked the dirty distorted sound made by
an Amiga and I probably always will! Stand out tunes for me from the
fevered mind of Matt Green played this evening were a tune released in
the name of Ordeal, and a really good unreleased remix of an old
Hellfish tune. This tune was certainly good enough to have been
included on the newly released CHANTLP8 and that's a compliment,
believe me. And in the new releases, I really must mention a new slab
of vinyl by Rotator on the Peace Off label; hard as nails and twice as
sharp; approach with caution and play loud for full effect.The
inclusion of an interview that ran over into the time slot usually
reserved exclusively for requests brought an absolute deluge of
requests when the time came. And so we had about 45 minutes of
absolutely pounding tunes ranging back over the last 15 years of sound
experimentation. It started with a slow, dark and broody number by Rat
of Doom, a shining example of choice quality doomcore as pioneered by
the PCP boys in Frankfurt; it ended on a triumphal note with the
criminally neglected track "Land Whale" on the flip side of a truly
epic Paul Blackout release on Hardline (HLINE13). This track is so good
that you swoon in the sonic sections and get pulverised by the
intervening drum 'n' base segments.

Another intense Tuesday evening with my headphones plugged directly
into my PC to allow for maximum volume; see you next time round.



www.kraftyradio.com - Every Tuesday from 20:00 - 22:00 GMT
www.thehardstore.com - Buy some of the records from the show

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