DJ: Resonance (Live): 004: 07-January 2007

I think following last night, we can declare resonance live something of a success. Thanks loads to all five bands and the various people who helped out, and of course the mighty Sarah Orange – you are all stars. Great to see everyone for the short times that I had chance to, too.

DJ: Resonance (Live): 004

07-January 2007


Haujobb – Renegades of Noize
P·A·L – Discoroad
This Morn’ Omina – Epoch (Edit)
Terretron – Wither
Psyclon Nine – Parasitic – Request

[prot0type live set]

Skinny Puppy – Pro-Test
Cyanotic – Order Out of Chaos
Pneumatic Detach – Domination
Dyspraxia – Controlling Their Desires – Request
scrap.edx – Bleeder Current

[Coreline live set]

Terrorfakt – Welcome to Hell
pr0metheus buRning – Some Things Are Meant To Stay Broken
Converter – Conqueror
Ambassador 21 –

[ESA live set]

Architect – Speed O.J. – Request
Front Line Assembly – Buried Alive
S.I.N.A. – Bewegungsablauf – Floor 4 Version

[Autoclav 1.1 live set]

Feindflug – AK47
Modulate – Skullfuck – Beta Mix
kiEw – DC Disk
Converter/Asche/Morgenstern – Monster
Iszoloscope – Au Seuil du Néant (Daruma Cut)

[Keef Baker live set]

Laibach – Rossiya – Request
Velvet Acid Christ – Fun With Knives
Numb – Critical Mass
ESA – We All Know The World Is Wrong
P·A·L – In The Now

Anyway, onto the live acts. No review from me in full (I think it would be amiss for a gig I was promoting!), and no photos either – there were many others doing that already! So…Prototype surprised many, it would appear, with their stomping harsh industrial, while Coreline’s imaginative stage-show (it’s amazing what you can manage with a large amount of cardboard!) made for a great – and fun – set. For me ESA was the act of the night, and sadly the shortest set of all. In the set were highlights from the still brilliant album, as well as some intriguing additions (guitar for one part, a guest vocalist on another) to the existing tracks. Autoclav 1.1 was an interesting proposition on a smaller stage after his Infest appearance last year. A good balance between the uptempo and downtempo stuff from both albums, and I am looking forward to giving the new album a listen tonight. Keef Baker finished things off in rather harder style than I was expecting, capped off wonderfully by the repeat of “You just paid to see a fat man dance”. Genius.

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