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Kid606 "New Boss Same as Old Boss"

We’ve always kept a close eye on the constantly evolving and changing sound of Berlin resident

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Kid606 "Ejaculazer Tag"

Glitch veteran Kid606 is prepping a new release for his Tigerbeat6 imprint, the elegantly titled Ejaculazer Tag EP. Featured here, the title track embodies Kid606’s trademark knack for making spastic, …

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Magic Panda "Days Are Numbered"

Now, here’s something that’s, oh, maybe 100% different from anything we’ve ever heard released by the bass-hungry rave-fiends at Kid606’s Tigerbeat6 label: a plinky, melodic electro-pop number from UK solo …

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Cex "Secret Monog (Baconhead Remix)"

Here, Britain’s Baconhead has a go at reformatting one of the latest bits of laptop-born, glitch-flavored beat work from Tigerbeat6 stalwart Cex, “Secret Monog.” The UK duo, made up of …

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Kid606 "Samhain California (C.L.A.W.S. Remix)"

Kid606’s latest EP is a medley of sorts, featuring odds and ends from the Kid himself as well as remixes from Tigerbeat6 cohorts Eats Tapes and Baltimore weirdo Cex, among …

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Kid606 "Monsters (Doshy Remix)"

Doshy, the Berlin-bassed Tigerbass producer, just about one-ups the source material from Kid606’s Shout at the Döner track, “Monsters,” on Kid’s latest Dancehall of the Dead remix EP. Bringing to …

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Kid 606 Shout at the Döner

Miguel Depedro may have relocated to Berlin, but the man still knows how make a hyperactive racket. Kid 606 has been creeping into dancefloor territory for a while now, but …

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Kid606 "Mr. Wobble's Nightmare"

Producer, DJ, and label owner Kid606 can cite just about anything as an influence on his music—from house to punk to jungle, hip-hop, and horror films. Find all of those …

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White Williams Smoke

Joe Williams’ music is fit for a sports bar and a student co-op basement party, and he rocks that odd duality on Smoke. The smooth-rock opener, “Headlines,” treads half-drunk through …

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White Williams "New Violence"

The newest member of the Tigerbeat6 roster is far from a bassy breakcore producer or an over-the-top art-rock outfit. White Williams (a.k.a. Joe Williams) is the 23-year old psych-pop phenomenon …

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Original Hamster Presents Trendsetters and the Followers

Unfortunately, much of Chilean producer Vicente Sanfuentes’ latest disc is more “follower” than “trendsetter.” The bouncy, elastic bassline-filled electro likely wouldn’t clear a dancefloor, but it wouldn’t necessarily fill one, …

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Eats Tapes "NOS"

Eats Tapes is San Francisco’s mutant shred-machines. Armed with a mass of hardware synths, modified drum machines, and a MIDI Nintendo, the duo has stampeded the noise-techno meets art rock …

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Various Artists Let's Lazertag Sometime

It’s been awhile since Tigerbeat6 released tasteless, socially irresponsible music. Here, Puzzleweasel’s “Taliban Terrorist Training” spews out busted drum machines and samples of people screaming from terrorist attacks-sorta like a …

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Drop the Lime We Never Sleep

Luca Venezia’s last joint, This Means Forever, could provoke epileptic seizures with its noisecore breakbeats, ADD-addled edits, and excessive ideas. This time, he has mellowed…slightly. Venezia tempers his beats down …

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Clipd Beaks Preyers

There are 30 seconds that I repeatedly play on this record, where Nic Barbeln‘s voice becomes disembodied as he hollers along to a suave, electro-funk groove fuming out of a …

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Kid606 Resilience

Through his laptop‘s noise, Miguel Depedro, a.k.a. Kid606, creates as much as he destroys, loves as much as he cuts a conversation and walks away. Resilience drops that yin-yang in …

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Drop The Lime This Means Forever

Drop The Lime embraces chaos and grit like drill & bass originators Alec Empire and Squarepusher, as well as recent acolytes like Doormouse. Which means DTL‘s top priority is disorienting …

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The Soft Pink Truth Do You Want New Wave or Do You Want the Soft Pink Truth?

On 2002’s Do You Party?, Matmos’ Drew Daniel glitched up and deconstructed house. Here, he cheekily recontextualizes American hardcore and English punk and new-wave songs. Even if you don’t know …

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