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Via THE BRVTALIST Oliver Ho is a man of many hats – producing and releasing music under several monikers like Broken English Club, Raudive and Zov Zov (his duo with Tommy Gillard), thus allowing him to experiment with different kinds of music, going beyond the known post-punk and industrial influences. He consistently explores other sides

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Via THE BRVTALIST The Brvtalist is proud to present a new mix by Toronto’s Death Kneel. A project helmed by Max Klebanoff, Death Kneel has been a Brvtalist favorite for the past couple of years. Its uncompromising blend of post-industrial and blackened soundscapes perfectly exemplifies what we love about experimental electronic

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via THE BRVTALIST The Brvtalist is proud to present a new mix by Berlin-based artist Positive Centre. One of our favorite producers of the last few years, Positive Centre is a complex mix of experimental hybrid-techno that finds itself submerged in a dark, driving atmosphere of industrial and ambient influences. We

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CVLT Nation is proud to present the next volume in our DESTROY ALL mixtape series, curated by Cruel Noise. This is 36 bands in 58 minutes, an all out vicious attack on your senses! If you need to bring the pain to your brain today, then hit play and download

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Our anniversary week wouldn’t be complete without another installment of our scathing, raging, masochistic Blackened Everything mixtape, so here’s Vol. XI. We’ve put together the most vile sounds of brutality that we are listening to right now, so if you need an outlet for your malcontent, look no further than

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Five years ago this month, we wrote our first post and put ourselves out there in Internetland as CVLT Nation. From those first few posts, we realized we were doing something that was necessary for our happiness and that would be appreciated by others. We started out with the bands

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