Bertha Krupp (om10 Callaway 9° Remix)

from Interpretations #1 (Bertha Krupp / FDL) by Rohli



om10 shows off his masterful skills in industrial sound design, crafting a scary industrial soundscape, backed by a monstrous kick drum.

The soundtrack to a murder scene in a horror film, as the assailant slowly loses his sanity and unleashes hell, just when you think he's about to let up, the kick drum and the genocide relentlessly pummels on, creating utter carnage.

I stand by my comment about him being the North East's answer to Jon Hopkins. Just a hell of a lot darker...


Ruari McGuinness' industrial soundscapes have been on our radar for a while now. We first witnessed his skills playing at one of Backdrop's infamous sweaty raves in the back room at Ernest. Experiencing his productions performed in a live setting is the optimum environment to consume his music and he's been at the top of our list of bookings ever since, be it for Northern Electric Festival or a Kaneda! party.

Last time he played at our Tin Sessions he (unexpectedly) managed to set off the fire alarm with the pure fire that was emanating from the system whilst he was performing (well kind of, people were also smoking in the corridors but i'll leave the trigger for the fire brigade arriving for you....) - nonetheless the sirens complimented his music perfectly and no one was any the wiser!


from Interpretations #1 (Bertha Krupp / FDL), released March 8, 2019


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Independent record label based in the Toon, releasing alternative music from a wide range of local artists.

We delve deep into the live electronic scene up here and are heavily involved in the Northern Electric Festival, sharing a similar ethos of promoting grass roots talent.

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