Subside Call is a french duo who creates an original atmospheric (but not necessarily quiet) music, with industrial & ethnic influences. Eg0cide is glad to release their first (long) EP : Leaving for thrills. A brillant mix of hypnotic beats, catchy melodies & voice with subtle sound textures in the background.
Our music intends to create a deep and mystical atmosphear, narrative and mesmerizing where visions of desert landscapes, dusty temples and shamanic rituals never make listener forget this modern oppression, constantly running during these 40 minutes.
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My friend Bobe Van Jezu hails from Brussels, Belgium. I’ve known him through the net for a long time and he’s supported my stuff since my debut, Kind Of Blues in 05 so its great to have stayed in touch this whole time and finally collaborate on something. He dj’d in Brussels for me and Devilmans tour and murdered it! Def a great memory drinking great Belgian beer after a great show on MayDay, everybody was havin a good time and Bobe was dropping pure raw heat. I was amazed. I usually dont get shocked by a dj set like that but since then I knew I had to get him for a mix. So here it is, and homeboy def delivers. He even got his homie Sub Altern to dub out the entire mix too.
So check out the links and enjoy this murderousness…Much thanks to the listeners and artists involved.
Bobé Van Jézu & Sub-Altern – Walter Gross Ectoplasmic Podcast 43
1) 6RME – l3AZE
2) Lost Forgotten – Where Is My Mind
4) Earth Is Flat – Federal Central Banks
5) Mentol Nomad – Ancient Slumber Revamp
6) Bonzo Speechless – Fright Night
7) Bloodmouth – Swine Tasting (VORRS Edit)
8) THA DEZZERT GUERRILLA – Violence
9) Nakral – Induscopie
10) El Gusano Rojo – Krstic Funhouse
11) DJ Die Soon – Sweet Pain
12) k(no o) – Filthy Bong Scrape
Thanks to all the artists for their tracks!
Selection & Mix : Bobé Van Jézu
fx: Spring reverb, lexicon MX400, Space echo RE 20, Monotron filter, Sherman rodec filter : Sub-Altern