Tag Archives: Hardcore

Praxis Records Interview by Joel Amaretto, Frontpage 01-1995

This interview was published in the January 1995 issue of Frontpage, the German techno monthly. It’s been reposted on the datacide site a few years back, but never on the Praxis site – here we go: Wir schreiben das Jahr 1995, und die Karten werden neu gemischt. Neue Szenen bilden sich und neue Innovationen bahnen […]

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Pure: Bodyhammer CD

Bodyhammer (Praxis 26CD) by Pure Pure: Bodyhammer Praxis 26CD 1000 copies pressed in 2003. Double CD in digi-sleeve. From the press release 2003: In the course of the last few months a substantial section of the work released by Peter Votava under different names in the 1990’s, before his releases on Mego, Staalplaat and d0c, […]

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Cyberchrist: Information : Revolution

Information : Revolution (Praxis 16) by Cyberchrist Praxis 16 Cyberchrist: Information : Revolution 1000 copies pressed Cyberchrist was one of the many names used by Martin Damm, aka Biochip C. and The Speed Freak in the 90’s for hard acid and some more experimental broken beats.

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DJ Yubba/DJ Deviant: World’s Fattest Split

Praxis 12 DJ Yubba/DJ Deviant World’s Fattest Split 1995 1300 copies pressed. (first pressing of 1000 and an identical repress soon after) DJ Yubba was a at the time secretive project of Jason Mendonca who also produced the other side with DJ Deviant. The record combines gabber, industrial hardcore and a hint of junglism and […]

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Break the Circle (Praxis Newsletter 7, 1995)

BREAK THE CIRCLE. Things have come full circle – after just under a decade. Like it’s supposed to be, isn’t it – the second half of a decade dawns and the new style emerges slowly, to gain momentum until the end of the decade, then to be commercialised, but at the same time spawning new […]

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In Search of the True Electricity (and more from Praxis Newsletter 3, 1994)

IN SEARCH OF THE TRUE ELECTRICITY. HARD/SOFT We didn’t say ‘hard music is good’ and ‘soft music is bad’; this is not the problem. The question is with what intention, motivation, attitude this music is made. Techno is about innovation as much as about intensity. If something is underground or overground isn’t necessarily determined by […]

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