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Boidae – FALLBEIL – Macht Macht Zement – BOIDAE003


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‘Macht Macht Zement’—what does it mean? 80s drums, synths and vocals, almost without context.
Fallbeil, two soon-to-be men (aka boys), finish tracks at the rate of butchers kneading meatballs. Due to laziness and a lack of technique, everything gets recorded on one track and immediately thrown into the frier.
Nothing is planned. First up, school detention followed by rough LoFi rap.
The album contains a wide variety of themes; from mailmen to warthogs, from latecomers to sensible conversation, every track is created out of spontaneity. Two very short tracks on this album date back to 1999, when the boys performed as ‘Funky Granatos’ in the local youth centers. Sadly, their performances weren’t successful. Nobody wanted to listen to them and almost every concert ended in mass brawls.
The track ‘Postman’ comes from the duo’s side project Grand Malheur and was recorded in 2015 in Bronxfeld. More output from this project will appear on various EPs in the near future.
The album title ‘Macht Macht Zement’ originates from Tom Pötgen. Tom always wanted to throw the sacred hand grenades. We hope he does that right now!



A1: Rap One Two Three

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A2: Horn of Glory

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A3: Im Gespräch

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B1: Nachsitzen

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B2: Disco 3

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B3: Warzenschwein

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C1: Zu Spät

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C2: Faust auf Faust

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D1: Spoil the Girl

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D2: Postman

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Relaxer – Relaxer – Relaxer – Tranquility 4


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Following a live debut at Berghain and standout shows at De School and Institut fuer Zukunft, Daniel Martin-McCormick returns as Relaxer with the fourth installment in the project’s eponymous EP series. “Jamie Lee” takes over the a-side; harrowing screams are framed by strobing chords and a deadly groove. Simultaneously euphoric, agonizing and cathartic, “Jamie Lee” was written as the climax of Relaxer’s live set and is a prime example of the artist’s uniquely feral techno. Drawing equally on punk confrontations and more haunting emotional explorations, “Jamie Lee” is a lacerating and visceral descent.
On the b-side, “Unwind” oozes from the speakers, a miasmic cut that builds on the white knuckle tension of “Jamie Lee.” A lone synth figure worms its way through pulsating 3D drones, shimmering dissonances and hiccuping drums, rocking out into a quasi catatonic infinity. Finally “Regime Change” gently floats on the surface of a trash-filled sea, a fading, smog choked reverie.



A1: Jamie Lee

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B1: Unwind

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B2: Regime Change

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Yo! Good Music – Levitation Venue and more – Music for strange places EP – YO-GM005


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Yo! Good Music for strange places. Back from another world, ready to be stared shocked/amazed at. DJs like Dixon, Jackmaster or Tale Of Us will probably never know about it. Ask for more information. Ask for Yo!



A1: Levitation Venue – tpps

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A2: Levitation Venue – dnc

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B1: Levitation Venue – mne

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B2: and more – fraj

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