Sunday, August 28, 2011

"My definition of Hard vol.6" with 'Deathface'

We first met Johnny in a festival somewhere in France when he still was with his old band Guns n Bombs, since then we have been crossing our paths all over the globe and i have been noticing that his music is getting darker and darker, so i had to call him up to be part of this musical madness project called "My definition of Hard".
He delivers a brutal mix... that made us suppa proud!!!
Make sure u grab his latest stuff on Trouble and Bass records.
Iggor and Laima

Download mix here

Whitehouse - wriggle like a fucking eel
Nile - cast down the heretic
Mastodon - hail to fire
Delta 9 - welcome to hell
Doormouse - skelechiars (venetian snares remix)
Brujeria - brujerizmo
Ministry - thieves
At the gates - blinded by fear
Whitechapel - the somatic defilement
Myrkskog - syndrome 9
Deathface - fall of man
Burzum - sverddans
Darkthrone - transylvanian hunger
Marilyn Manson - abuse part 1 (there is pain involved)
Named “Artist To Watch 2011” by Beatportal, Deathface (AKA Johnny Love
and vocalist Adri Law) comes at you hard with the release of “Fall Of
Man EP.” This six-track EP is inspired by Midwest hardcore of the
90’s, Magic the Gathering, woodland bonfire parties and white trash
drug debauchery, and musically Atari Teenage Riot and Aleister
Crowley. It’s the soundtrack to The Omen’s Damien Thorn and The
Exorcist’s Regan MacNeil dropping 2C-B at Anton LaVey’s first rave.
Scary, right?

Now for some history…Johnny Love is one of the most provocative
figures in dance music. A native of Southside Chicago, Johnny rose to
infamy in his hometown in the early 2000’s throwing a series of events
at The Jerkstore that shunned predictable-dance-rock for eclectic and
loose cuts from minimal techno to French touch house. The parties got
so wild that Love was imprisoned by the Chicago police on more than
one occasion.

With things too hot in Chicago, Johnny moved to Los Angeles and formed
hard-hitting electro-house duo Guns N’ Bombs who were quickly offered
a contract by Kitsuné founder Gildas Loaec. After a vast amount of
critical acclaim and the making of many friends, enemies and frenemies
Guns N’ Bombs disbanded in 2009, and Johnny decamped to a hideaway in
Charlotte, NC to craft Deathface’s swift and deadly takeover and work
on various collaborations, including an amazing t-shirt through Mishka
designed by Seattle’s death-rock-obsessed streetwear giants Actual