Posted by VMan on April 20, 2017
Often times producers don’t just have the talent of making music. They often have hobbies on the side and for Lektrique, his is skateboarding. Followers of his social media are familiar with his aptitude for tearing up the street with his gnarly moves; if you don’t follow him, you should. Not only should you for his fine tricks, but for his music. Although there are no tricks in his new video for the single “Shred,” we get a nice little story to augment the ferocious electro original. Complete with a cameo from Black Tiger Sex Machine of Kannibalen Records, this is nothing more than a playful expansion to an already fun project. Enjoy the video and head over to iTunes or whatever store you prefer for a copy.
Lektrique – Shred: Download/Stream
Posted by VMan on February 2, 2016
Black Tiger Sex Machine’s highly anticipated debut album is finally here. Welcome To Our Church is an epic collection of tracks that goes beyond just music. Together, they portray the post-apocalyptic universe that the Kannibalen mythos finds itself within. Don’t expect this to be the only tales that come out of the Kannibalen Records camp depicting their legends through music. Twelve tracks, including an intro and outro are what make up this massive album, with collaborations from nearly all the KanniFam, including Apashe, Dabin, Kai Wachi, Lektrique and Karluv Klub. Whether you’re a fan of dubstep, electro, or even techno, BTSM have you covered with this project. Welcome To Our Church starts off strong, but just keeps getting better as you move towards the end. This LP is a must have, and iTunes has you covered. Last thing to note, get ready for a music video in the coming months for one of the tracks!
Black Tiger Sex Machine – Welcome To Our Church LP: Purchase on iTunes
Bass, Electro, Electro-House, Trap | Kannibalen Records Celebrates Anniversary With Free Compilation Album
Posted by VMan on October 8, 2015
One label that is pushing the boundaries of music like no other is Kannibalen Records. Their roster includes the vomitstep king Snails, label heads Black Tiger Sex Machine, the orchestral bass master Apashe, Dabin, and more. They recently celebrated their four year anniversary, so they decided to give back to the fans in the form of Free Flesh, a free compilation album with classic Kannibalen songs. It’s jam packed with records from their crew, who have stopped at nothing to create tracks that are like nothing else out there. If you haven’t joined the KanniFam yet, this is a perfect time to get in, because this compilation is a gold mine; and rest assured, they have plenty of more firepower ready to be unleashed. Stream the continuous mix above, and download the album below. It’s their gift to you!
Kannibalen Records – Free Flesh: Free Download
Posted by VMan on September 8, 2015
Kannibalen Records radio head Lektrique teamed up with the rapper Panther Matumona on quite an impressive bass single called “Spark.” Much like other Kannibalen tracks, this one fuses classical elements with a modern heavy twist. “Spark” is a track that doesn’t fit itself into one genre specifically, but it lies at the midtempo range making it most closely align with moombahcore. Lektrique shows off his intense sound design skills yet again, setting himself apart from a lot of cats in the game. It’s just a matter of time before this guy makes it big like his fellow KanniFam members like Snails, Apashe and Black Tiger Sex Machine.
Purchase on iTunes: Lektrique – Spark feat. Panther
Posted by VMan on June 26, 2015
This weekend, Black Tiger Sex Machine are set to rock the Tripolee stage at Electric Forest. Once 10PM rolls around Sunday, the madness will ensue with the help of Slurpee and friends, who are putting together the first ever Great Glow. Part of the madness will be “Religion,” the trio’s latest track off their label Kannibalen Records. If you’re looking for face-melting electro, then this is the holy grail. They teamed up with their label mate Lektrique to bring as much energy and bass as possible, while also implementing orchestral elements into the song. Hold on tight, because this is one wild, and divine ride.