Bands: Akalotz, The Paradox, Ghost Of Decline, Nemesis21, La Santé, Finkseye ao.
Content: Electro Arc is a small label devoted to EBM and related genres, which I deeply respect for their fine taste to let us discover interesting new names active in our beloved scene. This new compilation is without a shadow of doubt a production that will help you to keep some less familiar bands in mind.
The first part sounds pretty EBM-like with great contributions from Finkseye, A Industrya, Akalotz (definitely a band to discover) and the more into body-pop minded opener Vainerz. La Santé is for sure a familiar name in the EBM scene and still featured here. The debut part is absolutely great and pure EBM-food.
We next move into dark territories and here again we can discover interesting names such as Industrial Ferret and the more evasive-like Nameless City. One of the absolute highlights comes from another band we better keep an eye on. The Aenigmachine is a real sensational project, which seems to have already self-released a few productions. The sound finds its inspiration in the darker realms of body music, but has been made with a fine and intelligent taste and features great production work!
The second part of “Net.Ware Funja” moves back into more EBM-inspired fields and I here recommend Machine Revenge and the somewhat Leather Strip reminding (especially for the vocals) Blinky Blinky Computerband feat. Inside Agitator.
Conclusion: Just keep in mind famous and established labels don’t only have the monopoly on great and interesting compilations. “Net.Ware Funja” is a must have and that’s why I’m fully supporting this release featuring 14 bands and songs.
Best bands: “The Aenigmachine, Akalotz, Vainerz, Blinky Blinky Computer Band feat. Inside Agitator, A Industrya, Industrial Ferret, Ghost Of Decline, Machine Revenge.
Schlagwörter: "Blinky Blinky Computerband", A Industrya, Akalotz, Electro Arc, Finkseye, Ghost Of Decline, industrial Ferret, Inside Agitator, intrendent, La Santé, Machine Revenge, Nameless City, Nemesis21, Norbert Szük, The Aenigmachine, The Paradox, Vainerz