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control.org

DSBP is proud to present the brand new Control.Org release! this is Control.Org's sophmore release,and it is a definate attention grabbing sound that you will indulge in! 11 standout tracks here,with much diversity,and a high quality production all around.EBM/industrial/synthpop/d'n'b/dark elektro/experimental noise ALL play a role in this very consistent mix of original sounds. sublime-experimentalism,thumping bassdrums,melodic EBM,clean,and infectious vocals with more diversity than before. squeaky synths,analog tweaks,smooth,thought provoking songwriting!

The disc starts out in a sublime fashion..[fallout]dark experimentalism pushing on,ambient intro..and the beat soon begins...it keeps you guessing. [synergy] kicks in with a rhythmically acute and spastic synthline,and the dance floor energy is on!nice vocal melodies and manipulations smoothen this track with a new and more refined,phatter .Org sound! [shadows] starts with a very quietly sung vocal,and then breaks into complete EBM melody,and bass pumping hard,synthpop/wave influence,yet with that industrial sound that make this album so intresting. the dance floor assaults continue with [indecision] another catchy EBM track with some nice drum breaks,and d'n'b,and industrial sounds meshing together well,with more well done vocals,clean,precise,and infectious are the sounds here...clubs be ready! dance music here!

we are then [blinded] with a really trippy ,robotic,glitchey ,groovy track that breaks the album into new ground and definately one of the coolest tracks to get bouncing around to.whispered vocals with strong bass thumpings.[collapse] takes on a harder elektro-industrial approach. [sacrifice] and [salvage] bring us back into very catchy,dance floor EBM stylings with alot of emotion,and power in the lyrics and music. [1.1.0]brings us a guest female vocalist with some dark elektro poetry. once again more diversity and moving into the final technoid stages of the cd we are given some remixes of [blinded(tensions mix)],[chemical burn(pollution mix)]..technoid ,dancey,noisey,and well constructed all around.More dance floor mayhem,in a instrumental fashion ending the cd...and brings us to the end of this very strong release. if you liked the first control.org,you will love this one! and if you have not heard the sound of control.org yet.. then get with it...this could very well be the next club hit band! this album is a new step,and a great progression for Control.org!

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indecision
blinded
collapse
sacrifice

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ARTIST: control.org
TITLE: radiate
CATALOG#: DSBP#1046
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Reviews

If CONTROL.ORG had not caught my attention too much in the past,believe me, this new "radiate" album makes me want to rediscover their previous outings... we are no facing a hard hitting EBM band fusing hi-energy patterns,acute synth lines and a touch of techno bleeps and industrialism.Add to this alluring melodic vocals and enough diversity to please and avoid repetition.among my favorite tracks i will certainly mention the powerful elektro "synergy", the highly melodic and nearly futurepop anthem "shadows",or yet the tuneful and virulent melody of "indecision".On the more experimental side of Control.Org i will definately write about the oppressive industrial intro of the album and the track "1.1.0"mixing a noisy dark elektro track with spoken female vox.All in all,a band to discover in an emergency that could definately reach tops when benefiting from a bigger production and extended studio gear...most probably one of the best releases on the EBM.industrial DSBP bastion ever! Consume.now! (TSF:8) (SIDE LINE ISSUE no.42)

If you're into Icon Of Coil or Assemblage 23 then you'll love Control.Org, the solo project of one J.Taylor. Out of all the acts currently on the DSBP label these should, if promoted well, have the widest appeal as all the essential 'future pop' elements are present & correct throughout, apart from the opening "Fallout", which acts like an overture for the album with a mix of industrial noises, amove which is a tad misleading as it's the racey electro/pop of "Synergy" that really gets the album up & running with the essential catchy chorus that crop up throughout (& a bloody good thing,too!). Tracks such as "Shadows", & the excellent trio of "Collapse", "Sacrifice" & "Salvage" all provide further 'future pop' fun & while you're all doubtless familar with the territory, Control.Org do it as well as anyone & Taylor proves himself a competent vocalist throughout. The layered rhythmic backing of "Indecision" does add a slightly characteristic touch to proceedings which is always a welcome occurence & the slightly more abstract "Blinded" likewise breaks up the more commercial tracks & by providing a little variety which is retained by the later Tension remix & which the album is all the better for. The spoken female vocals on "1.1.0" in unison with a developing melodic theme are another pleasing development while the Pollution Mix of "Chemical Burn" (a new version of an older track?) ends the album on another high note. An uptempo instrumental with a strong techno feel that will go down a bomb on dancefloors the world over, this is, in a microcosm what Control.Org are all about so you futurepoppers will not want to miss this one.

Carl J.-writer for "KALEIDOSCOPE magazine"
http://www.kaleidoscopemusic.org.uk