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Un4bomber – Industrial Society and Its Future – September Mix 2010

January 18, 2011


WARNING, listen to the first 17 seconds of this on low volume as it is put in for shock value. Getting ready for Pandamonium and Un4bomber is one of the top billed DJs. His work is hardcore. So metal. He combines metal, punk, industrial techno, and thrash to make an “electro mosh pit.” If that doesn’t sound appealing to you then it probably won’t be… But it is pumped up. If that’s something you like, check it out! Here’s his September Mix, mirrored but Soundcloud will probably be the quickest download.

http://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F5367790&show_comments=true&auto_play=false&color=ff7700 Un4bomber – Industrial Society and Its Future – September Mix 2010 by un4bomber

Un4bomber – Industrial Society and Its Future – September Mix 2010

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4 comments

  1. Interesting. It takes about four minutes to really turn into music at all, but then there’s some cool stuff (I’m writing this comment in the approx. 10-12 minute range, and really enjoying it). The first few minutes seem there specifically to alienate people and drive away most listeners, which isn’t really an artistic choice that makes sense to me.


    • yeah I feel you. Maybe it’s a rite of passage thing, to attract grime snobs so that they have an excuse to dance at the more fun bits later on. I’m not really sure


  2. I finally got a chance to actually listen to this. It’s pretty awesome once you get into it, haha.


    • yeah i’m looking forward to the rave now



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