MankindMusic • CD
Acid • Dance • Electro • Techno
01/02/2015, Peter HESELMANS
Glenn Keteleer aka Radical G. brings us on his new album ‘Mankind’ 11 tracks of raw technoid beats. This Belgian producer knows how to make some pounding danceable songs. You could say that Glenn is one of the best Belgian techo/body producers at the moment.
His album shows us a diversity of electronic tunes, pure techo, minimal, EBM, even underground sounds. A real dance bomb that will blow your brains out. No doubt this album is the start for Glenn of a more international career, and as a result the interest and fascination for his project may increase.
Radical G. kicks off with 'Tango Avant La Lettre', minimal tunes that slowly flirt with some raw beats. Dark sounds with a really powerful sound, more of that on the track 'Kong', on which the beats are turned to a higher level. Scary and danceable in body and mind, like most other tracks on this brilliant album.
Aggressive technoid pieces, that balance between hardcore techno and EBM , even some 80 influences can be heard. This CD shows us the other aspect of pure electro, perfect and intensely built up tracks. On 'Canned Hunting' there are even some robotic vocals and samples, that lift this track to a higher level. Personal favorites are 'Fury' and the acid sounds of 'Kryptonite', hard to sit still on these tracks, and they carry you away to a dark club to dance your socks off.
This album will terrorize numerous dance floors, with beats and basslines that cut directly into you body and mind. This Belgian underground producer is here to stay, and will go up into the dance charts all over the world. 'Mankind', gives people positive vibes, and that is really important in times like these.
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GAZ COOMBES • 20+/20
WOODY ALLEN • Magic In The Moonlight
TEXAS • Start A Family
THE RORSCHACH GARDEN • Tales Of A Fragile Mind
HAPAX • Stream of Consciousness
• LOOKING SEASON 1
LIQUORICE RIVER • Russell
MARTIN HANNETT AND STEVE HOPKINS • The Invisible Girls
JOHAN TROCH • Enlightened
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VIKTOR KALIMA • Club Muscle
IMRE KISS • Midnight Wave
DRP • Peace Offensive
THE PAIN MACHINERY • Restart
AXIOME • Ten Hymns For Sorbetière or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Freezer
SABES • Diesel Charm
THE SUBS • Decontrol
MOTOR • Hypermachine
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LISA GERRARD & JULES MAXWELL • Burn
THE HERESY GENE • La Luz Del Padre
THE INVISIBLE • Patience
DJ SHADOW • The Mountain Will Fall
MONOLITH • Domination
13TH MONKEY • Live at Forms of Hands 15
PRIMAL SCREAM • Chaosmosis
BLINKY BLINKY COMPUTERBAND • Fractured Sign
DMX KREW • You Exist
XYMOX • Phoenix
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MILDREDA • I was never really there
POTOCHKINE • Sortilèges
BLUTENGEL • Fountain of Destiny
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PORTION CONTROL • SEED EP 2
CABARET VOLTAIRE • Shadow Of Fear
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NEON ELECTRONICS • Apollo
WE ARE THE WAY FOR THE COSMOS TO KNOW ITSELF • Flashbacks
PLEASURE TIME • Years About Us
LIE DETECTOR • To Fly!
XOSAR • Xymeria
PRESENCE I OF I MIND • Pure
MIRLAND • Greyscale Controller (charity-EP)
FACTORY FLOOR • 25 25
GRANDCHAOS • Memories
CLOCK DVA • Neoteric MiniMax