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V/A - Cyb0netix 2000
DSBP#1028

DSBP continues the popular CYBONETIX series with this years compilation :CYBONETIX 2000!! featuring 17 of todays hottest up and coming electro-industrial, ebm, and experimental artists!

Each artist has their own sound, yet fills the cohesively put together disc, which will keep the dance floors moving and opening new minds everywhere to these original hard working musicians for years to come!

Featuring BRAND New and unreleased tracks from the bands: Run Level Zero, Pain Fetish, Testube, Andraculoid, Diverje, Krushed Opiates, Babel-17, Cydonia, and Project Mercury.

with new/unreleased REMIXES especially for CYBO-2000 from: Ionic Vision, Angels and Agony, Noxious Emotion, Dubok, Strategy, Lateral Tension, Apocrypho, and Biopsy!

After a long time in the making..this cd is finally available for all!! :-)

The cd's will be sent to College radio/press/clubs in the next month or so...so all inquiries about this disc can be forwarded to tommyt@dsbp.cx

Ordering

Buy it from the source!
Cyb0netix 2000 - $10
DirectMailorder

you can order it through DSBP mailorder,(only $10.00) or the individual bands themselves..and soon at our reliable Distro partners: Metropolis, Gashed!, Storming the Base, Inception, Tinman, ADSR, Interbeat, Opcion Sonica(mexico), RE-Birth(germany), Wax Tree Records (Winter Park, FL), Eides Entertainment (Pittsburgh, PA) and many more...

and the Tracklisting is...

V/A CYBONETIX:::2000::::(DSBP-1028)
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1) Run Level Zero -"terror to sustain"
2) Ionic Vision -"maschinenzukunft" (stateside)
3) Angels and Agony -"one" (trinity remix)
4) Pain Fetish -"cold fire"
5) Testube -"exiled" (acadian treatment)
6) Noxious Emotion -"X" (Headache remix)
7) Andraculoid - "incurable"
8) Diverje - "suspicion"
9) Krushed Opiates -"destiny"
10) Babel-17 -"whore"
11) Dubok -"its both now"
12) Cydonia -"obelisk"
13) Strategy -"intelligence"(Sabotage remix)
14) Lateral Tension -"burning eyes" (remastered)
15) Project Mercury -"galvanic skin response"
16) Apocrypho -"the other side"
17) Biopsy -"sonic suppuration"(tekno dub)

ENJOY the electronic ecstasy!!

MP3s


Angels in Agony - One (trinity remix)
Testube - Exiled (acadian treatment)
Andraculoid - Incurable

Reviews

The latest compilation from DSBP, Cybonetix 2000, is the follow-up to
the very successful, electronically diverse Cybonetix 1999 compilation.
DSBP has a knack for finding quality underground electronic music and
these great compilations are proof of that. While I don't enjoy every
single track, there's always something good to be found on these discs.

The highlights of the compilation would be Testube's "Exiled (Acadian
treatment)" which fuses "clicky" IDM sounds and shifting tempos while
remaining totally instrumental throughout. Diverje's "Suspicion" is like
a kick to the head. Tommy T's vocals claw and dig under the relentless
electronics which still give off a Biopsy-esque aggression, but seem
more refined and focused now. While remaining totally electronically
based (no guitars to be found here), Diverje still seems to relay an
aggressive edge not found since the days of the coldwave war of the
early 90's. Dubok's "It's Both Now" taken from their outstanding debut
release "Immersed," is probably one of my favorite EBM tracks of the
year and fits rather nicely among all the floor-stomping mayhem.
Biopsy's "Sonic Suppuration (Tekno dub)" reminds me of what the Swamp
Terrorist use to do on their singles, which is take a track, cut it up,
manipulate it in every possible way and beat you senseless while you
thrash around your bedroom like a maniac. Very entertaining breakbeat.


With compilations of this nature it's not unusual to find a few bad
tracks, most notabley Project Mercury's "Galvanic Skin Response," which
sounds like Nintendo music, and Lateral Tensions "Burning Eyes," which
has be at least 5 years old now. Since most of the artists are just
starting out and finding their niche, these shortcomings can be
overlooked and I'm looking forward to seeing how their sounds progress.
Nice packaging, outstanding tracks from Diverje, Dubok, Testube and
Biopsy should be reason enough to pick up Cybonetix 2000. DSBP offers a
stepping stone for underground acts with the Cybonetix series and should
be commended for it. What's a better way to show gratitude than by
picking up this low-budget compilation from DSBP Records?

  - GunHed
Wet-Works Electrozine - Electronic E-zine
Site - http://www.wetworksezine.com/

"Man, I could have my brain removed, put in a containment enclosure and have the music on this CD bioelectrically interfaced to my synaptic junctions and be in bliss for all eternity."
-Austin


DSBP is presenting another of their fine compilations and this time they need to be proud because this one is particularly good. Following its 1999 edition, Cybonetix 2000 shows an array of both new and well-established bands acting in the electro-industrial underground. There is Belgium's Ionic Vision with the skeletal and utterly classic EBM of Maschinenzukunft (stateside), a song that is only announcing promising thoughts for their upcoming new album. Angels In Agony have generated a lot of attention lately with the announcement of their debut-album being produced by Ronan Harris of VNV Nation; and the cold and danceable synthpop of the Trinity remix of One is only amplifying the buzz. The new track from the prolific Testube, Exiled (acadian treatment), is a colossal work of IDM carefully mixed with groovy electro showing that the duo is definitely moving in a technoid path. Other recognizable names include DSBP's owner project Diverje, who contribute a quite impressive work of aggressive electro with Suspicion; Dubok with the accomplished twisted electro-pop of It's Both Now; Biopsy with the nice tekno dub version of Sonic Suppuration which sounds much more like electro from the mother project Aghast View; and Strategy's Intelligence gets the Sabotage's treatment for a much common electronica result.

There are some worthy surprises as well. Run Level Zero's Terror to Substain is very good electro in the distorted vocals and harsh industrial-fueled beats genre and Destiny by Krushed Opiates is a good mix of heavy drum'n bass and industrial, hopefully without vocals. But Babel17 excels much more in this field than the late does, thick and gloomy atmospheres mixed with metallic and distant furious break-beats comprised the excellent Whore.

An interesting look at where current electronic industrial music is going, as well as a nice teaser for what is coming up for some band's awaited new releases; Cybonetix 2000 remains a great compilation. Plus, it is selling for about 10$, so you can get more for less.

Review by Final Man @ Electroage All rights reserved.2000 Locusts Prod.


DSBP is presenting another of their fine compilations and this time they need to be proud because this one is particularly good. Following its 1999 edition, Cybonetix 2000 shows an array of both new and well-established bands acting in the electro-industrial underground. There is Belgium's Ionic Vision with the skeletal and utterly classic EBM of Maschinenzukunft (stateside), a song that is only announcing promising thoughts for their upcoming new album. Angels In Agony have generated a lot of attention lately with the announcement of their debut-album being produced by Ronan Harris of VNV Nation; and the cold and danceable synthpop of the Trinity remix of One is only amplifying the buzz. The new track from the prolific Testube, Exiled (acadian treatment), is a colossal work of IDM carefully mixed with groovy electro showing that the duo is definitely moving in a technoid path. Other recognizable names include DSBP's owner project Diverje, who contribute a quite impressive work of aggressive electro with Suspicion; Dubok with the accomplished twisted electro-pop of It's Both Now; Biopsy with the nice tekno dub version of Sonic Suppuration which sounds much more like electro from the mother project Aghast View; and Strategy's Intelligence gets the Sabotage's treatment for a much common electronica result.

There are some worthy surprises as well. Run Level Zero's Terror to Substain is very good electro in the distorted vocals and harsh industrial-fueled beats genre and Destiny by Krushed Opiates is a good mix of heavy drum'n bass and industrial, hopefully without vocals. But Babel17 excels much more in this field than the late does, thick and gloomy atmospheres mixed with metallic and distant furious break-beats comprised the excellent Whore.

An interesting look at where current electronic industrial music is going, as well as a nice teaser for what is coming up for some band's awaited new releases; Cybonetix 2000 remains a great compilation. Plus, it is selling for about 10$, so you can get more for less.


This is a second in a series of compilations out on DSBP, and continues the excellent trend of mixing killer new music from unknown artists, with more established artists to present a brain blasting onslaught of killer music.

Included in this powerful compilation are tracks from the DSBP stable Ionic Vision, Diverje, Biopsy, Andraculoid, and Testube plus a host of other bands, many unsigned for a total of 17 tracks!! There are appearances by scene regulars Noxious Emotion, Lateral Tension, Dubok, Cydonia, and a host of newer bands such as Project Mercury (which is my project, I will admit), Apocrypho, Angels In Agony, Babel17, Krushed Opiates, and more.

The best part about is that it is solid, and I mean SOLID. Usually there are a few good tracks on a compilation, and lots of filler, and this is the accepted norm for industrial compilations. This compilation does not follow in that vein. Most tracks are aggressive and powerful, with a good showing of EBM and Electro across the spectrum.

If you're looking for a boost, and want some new music, this is a great one to grab. Selling well from DSBP @ http://dsbp.cx, and going for a budget price if I remember correctly. Help support the new guys, and enjoy your favorite bands.. buy this CD, its worth it! (and I would say that even if my project wasn't on the CD. :)

Badger
DJ Sable
Project Mercury



 If you haven't had the chance to become familiar with Tommy T's DSBP record
 label this compilation is a good opportunity for you. For those of you who
 are familiar with the label this compilation offers some great new tracks
 from some of the best new EBM music available in the industry today.
 
 From the very beginning you know what your in for with Run Level Zero's
 "Terror To Sustain", an energetic, synthetic inhuman sounding track. This is
 followed by one of my favorite DSBP artists Ionic Vision who add an
 interestingly 'new wave' sound to EBM yet maintain their "fascist sounding"
 agressiveness throughout. The next track is a band I haven't had the chance
 to hear previously called Angels & Agony and they sound like they have a
 heavy VNV/Apop influence. Nice combinations of danceable EBM with a touch of
 synthpop to it but with a darker flavor. Pain Fetish follows with "Cold
 Fire" dropping the pace a bit with a heavy pounding reminiscient of
 experiments in industrial/EBM of the early 1990's. This track seems a bit
 misplaced for this particular compilation however this is soon made up for
 by the emergence of Testube with "Exiled". Testube always amaze me with
 their unique combinations of styles and experiments. "Exiled" begins heavy
 on the digitalia and "blips" with a steady rhythm, some nice additives and
 an unexpected melody changes. An experimental rhythm track to say the least.
 Next is "X" (aka "Mystery of Life") by Noxious Emotion mixed by hEADaCHE of
 Ceoxime. This remix has a slightly different flavor than previous
 incarnations of this track. Next, Andraculoid, heavily distorted, whispered
 vocals, much like a male version of Android Lust 'graces' us with
 "Incurable". This is followed by Diverje's "Suspicion", an energetc
 neurostimulant. For those of you who do not already know. Diverje is Tommy
 T's own project. Krushed Opiates follows with "Destiny", a mix of heavy drum
 kit, synthetic rhythm and vocal and guitar sampling to create an interesting
 'EBM dub'. Here goes yet another sub-genre of industrial music (then again
 maybe not)! Babell7 take some yet unheard turns with
 Industrial/Drum-n-Bass/Noise/Subteranean/Dub with "Whore" taking this whole
 disc (and possibly DSBP) to new levels yet again. Dubok then takes us back
 to adrenaline with "It's Both Now" which begins a bit ethereal but then
 introduces some very nice EBM with semi-pop-like vocals, not the usual vocal
 style for Industrial/EBM but nice in it's own respect, a very smooth track.
 Cydonia then arrives with robotic vocals and pseudo orchestrated backing
 synths. Though dark, this track still has a good adrenalized energy. The
 backing vocals later added in the song are a very nice touch. It's like epic
 EBM! The saga continues with Strategy's "Intelligence". This is the voice of
 the computer! Following is Lateral Tension, a test of your senses. The
 vocals here are more insinuative than overt as the samples take lead (much
 like in some earlier Puppy). Influencial backbeats and rhythms. Not
 something you can listen to without movement. Illusive! After this, to make
 sure you're not dreaming Project Mercury 'galvanize' you back to reality
 before Apocrypho take you to "The Other Side", emotional automation. Lastly,
 Biopsy leaves with "Sonic Suppuration". Watch out for flying pustules as the
 body explodes! This track has lots of energy and adrenaline. Tommy's way of
 making you 'need' more I guess. Well, it worked!
 
 An excellent compilation for everyone's EBM collection!!
 
 TG "Thengore" Mondalf,
 IRB Music Subculture  - http://rhythmus.net/