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photo 28 Feb 1 note We decided to go with another Phoenix band for March’s calendar.  The photo was taken on February 12th at the latest Fetish event. This time we have Elias Lewter of Access Zero shot by j. ward.

We decided to go with another Phoenix band for March’s calendar. The photo was taken on February 12th at the latest Fetish event. This time we have Elias Lewter of Access Zero shot by j. ward.

 

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text 25 Feb 9 notes :Download: Brand new Endif track, “Dislocated”

We’re back with another free track for your downloading pleasure. This time we bring you an exclusive sneak peek at the song “Dislocated” from Endif.

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text 24 Feb :Concert Review: GenXX

GenXX
February 11, 2011
Satellite Beach, FL, U.S. @ Sports Page Live

Review By: Luzviminda Dela Paz

Even if there were saints among the crowd, it was a sinners’ ball.

The voyeuristic crowd enjoyed such a delightful and sexy time presented by Gen Vincent of the The Genitorturers who kicked ass in her combat boots and played a secret show at the sleepy, beachside town of Satellite Beach at the Sports Page. The Gore Gore A Go Go burlesque show delivered a sensual display of hot tits and tight asses that puts the strip club next door to shame.

The debauchery we witnessed is enough to corrupt and was relentless in supplying provocative visions that is hard to erase from the mind. Found objects were probed into crevices by scintillating alternative beauties that paraded about in such curious outfits the entire night. Maybe I am just biased but my favorite imagery is still the nurse with the gas mask. Never mind touching myself but the thought of touching her or being in that dress was enticing. However, I already had a cute and willing prey wrapped around my little fingers just as Gen, in full command of the circus freak show, has made us all her puppets and slaves to the music.
A captivated audience was beaten into submission by the sexy and devious concoction of sounds with its elements of hardcore punk, electronic and industrial metal. Nothing to do but surrender to the chaos, say “yes, mistress!” and do her bidding. As a great reward to being her faithful pet, we were serviced with a raw and pleasurable performance and a truly orgasmic and unforgettable experience.

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text 23 Feb :Podcast: Ominous Refrains - Episode Two

Amy Reynolds returns for episode two of Ominous refrains. There is lots of tour and concert information contained in this episode so be sure to pay close attention.

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text 23 Feb :Contest: Remix Juno Reactor.

Juno Reactor are looking for an interesting and powerful remix of “Zwara” to include on the upcoming remix album Inside the Reactor. In addition to their remix being featured on the album, the winner also receives a new hardware Synth.

To enter, please read the rules of the competition, then register at junoreactor.com. All entries must be submitted by the end March 7th UK time. The winner will be contacted and announced on March 10th.

All audio files start at the same point so it doesn’t matter which DAW you use.

http://www.junoreactor.com/

 

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text 22 Feb :Concert Review: Nitzer Ebb/Access Zero

Nitzer Ebb/Access Zero
February 12, 2011
Scottsdale, AZ, U.S. @ The Venue of Scottsdale

Review by:  Tiffany Angeney and Christina Cubel

The 2011 Valentines Fetish Ball in Phoenix Arizona was proud to welcome Nitzer Ebb and Access Zero to The Venue of Scottsdale on Saturday February 12. If you’ve ever been to a Horns n’ Halos Fetish event in Scottsdale then you must be aware that it isn’t your typical concert. The first thing you see when you walk into the venue is a whipping stage and each bar surrounded by vendors selling fetish stuff. Even though we dressed up, we were not there for the fetish event, we were there to see the iconic Nitzer Ebb.

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text 21 Feb :Podcast: The Oontzcast - Episode Five

For the 5th episode of The Oontzcast, we have a theme!
On February 12th, j. and The Oontzcast girls took a trip the the latest fetish show here in Phoenix where Access Zero and Nitzer Ebb were performing.
In addition to the music in this episode (all Access Zero and Nitzer Ebb), we also have a mini review of the show and an interview with Access Zero. Enjoy!

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text 18 Feb 1 note :Podcast: Blonde in a [COMA] - Episode One

It’s time to announce DJ Blonde N0ize's role in COMA. Here, we present to you, Blonde in a [COMA], a monthly podcast featuring the best in bloody beats & aural cacophony as well as exclusive artist interviews and scene news. Blonde in a [COMA] will air here on the site the 3rd Friday of each month so make sure you check back for your monthly club night at home.

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text 17 Feb 4 notes CD Review: Resando – Secrets

Resando – Secrets
Released:  January 24, 2011
Label: Copro Records/Casket Music
Website: resando.com

Review by:  William Dashiell Hammett

Founded in 2006 in Italy and now based in London, the Electro-Rock outfit Resando has released their debut full-length album on Copro Records/Casket Music.  While you can definitely hear the acknowledged influences of Nine Inch Nails and Depeche Mode, there is a bit of an edge that is distinctive and original.

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text 16 Feb 6 notes :Podcast: Ominous Refrains - Episode One

We started with The Oontzcast, now we bring you our newest podcast, Ominous Refrains. Ominous Refrains will be a weekly podcast hosted by Amy Reynolds and feature new and classic gothic rock and dark ambient. Today we present episode one. Enjoy.

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