Industrial Legends LORDS OF ACID Release Highly Anticipated LP, ‘Pretty In Kink’!

After great anticipation and a handful of eye opening sneak peaks, iconic electronic band LORDS OF ACID has released their highly anticipated first LP in 6 years, Pretty in Kink! The fan driven and committed album, out now via Metropolis Records, is a refreshing throwback to the group’s legendary dance roots while continuing their reputation for creative innovation and polished showmanship.

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Advance Praise for Pretty in Kink

“Wrapping up on a positive note of knowing one’s own self-worth and accepting individuality as the spice of life, Praga Khan has found yet another entertaining band of misfit toys to take his vision to fruition in a modern yet true-to-their-roots body of work. Pretty In Kink can be listened to in any order and still reeks of success as an album, plus it can hold its own next to the greatest hits from the late ‘80s into the ‘90s.” Cryptic Rock

“Lords of Acid are back with a highly anticipated new album on May 18. Clever as always, the title Pretty in Kink is a subversive take on a pop culture institution, chock full of the hardcore techno that the Belgian group has been pumping out for decades.” – Matt Matasci – mxdwn

Pretty in Kink is an amazing album that mixes all your favorite elements of Lords of Acid and adds a few more into the mix. The album has newcomer vocalist Marieke Bresseleers. Pretty in Kink starts off with ‘Break Me,’ which for me is a perfect way to start the album. The music in this one is like a very dark gothic industrial sound and the vocals just add to it. ‘Sex Cam Girl’ and ‘Flow Juice’ bring back the nasty side of Lords of Acid, and that’s exactly how we like it. No filters and straight to the point sexual advancements. One of my other favorite tracks is ‘What the Fuck.’ It’s got that more rap/hip hop flow to it but still has that Lords of Acid sound. This one makes me want to bang my head and makes everyone else look and ask “What the fuck are you listening to” and I just turn it up louder and flip the bird. The album ends with ‘We are the Freaks,’ it’s got the a rap feel to it as well and slow nice flow with it. The vocals are in Spanish but still kills.” – Empire Extreme

“There’s been a void in rave music and EDM over the past decade. There aren’t as many acts as there used to be who, in addition to having rock star status and pop cache, cover more than one genre at a time and bring together entire scenes with their music. With Pretty In Kink, Lords of Acid is poised to fill that void and show younger EDM’ers just exactly “What the Fuck!” is up.” – Layla Marino – Your EDM

“A full-length hardon has been created and will be released on May 18th to LOA fans. Electronic dance music has never tasted this good. What is even more thrilling is that this album seriously offers up something for everyone’s tastes. As pioneers in the world of electronic dance music Lords Of Acid’s longevity and survival of the contorted bits of drugs, sex, and rock n roll have continued to survive. How often can you take twenty years of deviant behaviors and raise a glass to the skies and still create some of the most complex electronic music found?” – Lolana Deetwick – RockAllPhotography

“Their mind-bending attitude fits well with their music, certainly with regard to this exciting sexual creation. If you’re feeling frisky, mentally undress yourself and get busy with the latest from Lords Of Acid.” – Tyler Trew – The Music Ninja

“Sex. Drugs. Danceable beats. Lords of Acid have been making sweet love to our ears since 1988’s “I Sit On Acid,” and clubs the world over haven’t stopped cumming. While they have experimented with various sounds over the decades, at the core of every track is rhythmic sensuality and ferocious energy, just waiting to splash across the dance floor. Most songs feature multiple sound bytes and samples, and the live stage shows often feature graphic sexual imagery, and even simulated sexual acts, to the delight of many a concert-goer. It should come as no surprise, then, that the latest album rekindles the passion and lust we felt all those years ago…Overall, the album is a welcome advance into the next chapter of the band’s career. The album has deeply penetrated my psyche, and I hope it is as good for you as it was for me. That IS what she said.” – ZTP Magazine

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Track List:
1. Break Me
2. Ma Fille De Joie
3. Sex Cam Girl
4. Flow Juice
5. Like Pablo Escobar
6. Before the Night is Over
7. Androgyny
8. Goldfinger
9. What the Fuck!
10. So Goddamn Good
11. My Demons Are Inside
12. We Are The Freaks

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From his first single, “I Sit On Acid”, released in 1988, to the present, Belgium’s Praga Khan remains one of the most innovative acid house musicians in circulation. Thanks to extensive experimentation with drugs, Crowley-ian sex magic, and esoteric paths of self-deprivation and mutilation known only to himself, this orgiastic orchestrator created the LORDS OF ACID to further encapsulate the seductive messages and raw sex of his ever-evolving musical vision. From the raw carnality of their 1991 release Lust to the electro-thrash of 2012’s Deep Chills, Lords of Acid has re-defined the pure pleasures of drugs, hedonism, and deviant sex for thirty years. Now, despite numerous lineup changes, world tours, over 2.5 million album sales, and every possible point of crisis and conflict a band can face, Lords of Acid is returning to the unsuspecting again, this time with a new crew of deviants, dilettantes, and sonically transmitted diseases.

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LORDS OF ACID Announce Highly Anticipated LP, ‘Pretty In Kink’

Following a highly successful Kickstarter campaign to fund the album, Electronic Dance Music pioneers LORDS OF ACID are gearing up to release their HOTLY anticipated Pretty In Kink! Available 5/18/2018 via Metropolis Records, the first track to be revealed, “So Goddamn Good,” originally premiered on tastemaker site The Music Ninja.

“Their mind-bending attitude fits well with their music, certainly with regard to this exciting sexual creation. If you’re feeling frisky, mentally undress yourself and get busy with the latest from Lords Of Acid.” – Tyler Trew – The Music Ninja

Track List:
1. Break Me
2. Ma Fille De Joie
3. Sex Cam Girl
4. Flow Juice
5. Like Pablo Escobar
6. Before the Night is Over
7. Androgyny
8. Goldfinger
9. What the Fuck!
10. So Goddamn Good
11. My Demons Are Inside
12. We Are The Freaks

Pre-Order Pretty In Kink Online:

Metropolis | BC Bandcamp | Amazon MP3

From his first single, “I Sit On Acid”, released in 1988, to the present, Belgium’s Praga Khan remains one of the most innovative acid house musicians in circulation. Thanks to extensive experimentation with drugs, Crowley-ian sex magic, and esoteric paths of self-deprivation and mutilation known only to himself, this orgiastic orchestrator created the LORDS OF ACID to further encapsulate the seductive messages and raw sex of his ever-evolving musical vision. From the raw carnality of their 1991 release Lust to the electro-thrash of 2012’s Deep Chills, Lords of Acid has re-defined the pure pleasures of drugs, hedonism, and deviant sex for thirty years. Now, despite numerous lineup changes, world tours, over 2.5 million album sales, and every possible point of crisis and conflict a band can face, Lords of Acid is returning to the unsuspecting again, this time with a new crew of deviants, dilettantes, and sonically transmitted diseases.

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FWLR and JELO Team Up on ‘Birth of the Anti Hero,’ Out NOW on Bishops Bloc Records!

Canadian producers JELO and FWLR have teamed up with Bishops Bloc Records to release their two track EP Birth of the Anti Hero. Originally premiered on The Music Ninja, Birth of the Anti Hero is a refreshing re-interpretation of the classic dubstep sound and has already garnered support from Hunter Siegel, Ill Gates, and Corvad.

The grinding bass and European electro sound that “Birth Of The Anti Hero” expresses is making a comeback, especially within the states. It may be just at its beginning, but the comeback will continue as long as acts churn out records like this one. It’s dirty, it’s mean and it’s incredibly intoxicating with its fervor. With the remix we get some added vocal elements that make for a nice touch as a flip for the original. Tyler Trew – The Music Ninja

 

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FWLR & JELO never fail at creating maximum impact dance floor smashers and this is no less than that. Individually they have long spanning careers that see them at the top of their game when it comes to djng and production. Two true masters combining their strengths only takes us one more level closer to dark bass nirvana. Hard hitting drums, heavy dubstep and drum n bass bass lines and even some 90’s nu-metal guitar influences layered with a middle eastern flavour combine to create a multi genre mind bending journey through bass. Starting out in the “Rezz” and “Black Gummy” bass house territory and eventually evolving into a drum & bass song before winding back to its 4/4 origins there are twists and turns galore without ever losing focus. This song is about the birth of a new hero, the underdog, the unexpected saviour, something we can all relate to wishing for at this time in history. On the B Side the former Hugsnotdrugs frontman Fear The Priest has pulled two more musical collaborators from his seemingly never ending supply to create an industrial glitch hop nu-metal hiphop remix of anthemic proportions. Twisting the original track into something of a chaotic industrial glitch hop song before the entirely appropriate and ethereal vocals of Rani Chatoorgoon take hold of your soul. Dustin Wareham’s rapping style grabs you by the frontal lobe with his message about the “privilege” of being born into money and doing more damage than good. Rani and Dustin take turns delving deeper into the philosophy of the original song and come out giving Evanescence and Kanye West a run for their money. Considering how young Bishops Bloc Records is itself this is an impressively mature release that sounds and feels good. We look forward to hearing more from all of these collaborators.

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Genre Fluid WAC Release Excitingly Diverse ‘DOEP’ LP


Norwegian based WAC has released their massive, 20 track LP, DOEP. Ranging from the Indie Rock “Mojave,” which would fit comfortably on any Quentin Tarantino film, to the effervescent Indie Pop “Tortoise (feat. Valaria),” DOEP is a rare gem in the music world that manages to explore and bend genres while maintaining consistent listenability.

…one group, We Are Castor, have taken the concept of genres–and not just within EDM but throughout the full music spectrum–to a new place with the release of their upcoming, full length LP, DOEP. – Paste

The crazy scientists innovate and blow up the walls and the people, the artists explode the barriers of the codes to delight our ears. Our group of the day is obviously part of the second category. The whale has nujabes chill accents with a more pop-up rhythm and pop. The ramp-up at the end of the piece is simply magical. Here, their sound is a trick of magic, that’s how I would define it. – anotherwhiskeyformrbukowski

Feel free to use your imagination when listening to W.A.C.’s single “Tortoise”. The indie alternative track is a delight for the ears and the soul as the protagonist and singer/songwriter Valeria tells a tale of a chat with a Tortoise. W.A.C. are a new name to the EARMILK site, but their own self-proclaimed bio describes them perfectly, as they remark “W.A.C. is a genreconfused band from Norway. We make whatever we feel like.”
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 – Earmilk

From the start, you’re not really sure what you’re going to get. At first it feels a bit psychedelic, then it moves to a bluesy rock instrumental. At it’s heart that’s what “Conduire” is, but that doesn’t mean We Are Castor doesn’t throw in their own wacky mix of sounds to spice things up. From beginning to end We Are Castor has you hyper-engaged with the musical picture they’ve painted. – The Music Ninja

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Track List:
1.Conduire
2.Time (Ft. Gaia, ToBy)
3.Cash II (Ft. Valeria)
4.Bye (Ft. Adrian)
5.Mojave
6.Vayu
7.La Baleine
8.Tortoise (Ft. Valeria)
9. Smoke (Ft. Adrian)
10.Intermission
11. Rad
12.Winds (Ft. Gaia)
13.Oshun
14. Doep (Ft. Adrian)
15. Williams
16.Work It Alice
17.Incognito
18.Shorty
19.Walk (Ft. Kristoffer)
20.Fuck (Ft. Adrian)

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Mix Fox Drops 360 Video for New Single, “How We Roll”

Northern Kentucky based Hip Hop artist Mix Fox has released his innovative 360 video for his single “How We Roll” off of his upcoming The Beauty in Darkness. Premiered on The Music Ninja and scheduled to feature with his full Mix Tape on XXL Magazine’s Freshman Issue this June, “How We Roll” was produced by Kyle Schultz and the video directed by Tommy Morris.

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Mitch Fuchs (stage name Mix Fox) is a Northern Kentucky based artist with a love for multi-syllable rhymes as well a passion for the old school Hip-Hop style. This NKY native has an “in-your-face” style, a lively “hands-in-the-air” stage presence, and a constant drive for success. With influences such as Eminem, Nas, A Trible Called Quest, Hopsin and more, this 24-year-old MC offers an authentic variety of rhymes, techniques, and hip-hop genres that bend and break new musical barriers. With a deep love for music and his fanbase, Mix Fox is waiting for his moment to shine.

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New Music: Sam Paye + Eleventy Million “The Yoga Pose”

Multigenre electronic producer Sam Paye has brought in local rapper Eleventy Million to release his Bass infused new single “The Yoga Pose” on his own Bomb Recordings. “The Yoga Pose” features thunderous trap-like drums, heady, provocative lyrics, and a retro-eighties aesthetic that build an intoxicating energy that will keep any dancefloor or festival moving through the year.

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