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HARDTECHNO FORCE

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If you combine forces, you get stronger – as is the case with the Hardtechno Force. For this SYNDICATE, gut-battering hard techno, nerve shattering industrial hard core, drum & bass and breakcore will be uniting their devastating impact for the very first time. Mind you, there are risks involved: spontaneous escalation and freaking out for hours on end. It’s going to be rough and raw. Nothing for the faint hearted but just what the doctor ordered for the Ambassadors!

DJs:

PINK NOISE aka FERNANDA MARTINS & CANDY COX (Curitiba)
pink_noise Brazil has a very powerful and talented Hard Techno scene and these girls are a good proof of that. Pink Noise aka Fernanda Martins & Candy Cox come from the land of samba to bring you an incredible experience with their 4 deck project. A new demonstration that girls can also play hard!

DJ Fernanda Martins

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DJ Candy Cox

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The Outside Agency (Goes)
Outside Agency At long last at SYNDICATE! But careful, it’s pretty hard stuff to take: DJ Hidden and Eye-D mix together everything at their gigs from the gamut of hardcore, gabber, industrial, IDM, crossbreed and drum&bass. There’s no way you can pin them down to one particular style, so be prepared for anything!
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O.B.I. (Münster)
obi_2 Incredible but true: this man has been slamming out his definition of techno for over ten years, has released over 200 records and gigs around the world. Yet it wasn’t until June 2013 that his first album came out, which he appropriately named “The Definition of Hardtechno”. And he’ll no doubt show you at SYNDICATE what he has in mind.
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Miss K8 vs. Lowroller (Kiev/Milan)
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The pretty Ukrainian and the Italian with his affection for breakbeat – these two “Masters of Hardcore” acts have rather a fondness for industrial-laden core. If you like acts such as The Outside Agency or Stormtrooper, you’ll love the Kiev-Milan axis. What they actually play? Not hardcore. And not hardtechno, either – it’s hardcore techno. Core & bass to perfection!

Miss K8

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Lowroller

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Tymon (Sidney)
Tymon Sounds as if a demolition ball is pounding 160 times a minute to flatten a building with a framework of steel girders. Tymon, the Polish-Australian “Industrial Strength” act, is an indispensable part of any decent industrial-hardcore party. Piano breakbeats ceaselessly come up against hammering beats – moderated by hip-hop samples of the 90s. That’s the individual sound of controlled chaos.
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The Brutal and Sadistic Show aka Minupren & Stormtrooper (Trier/Munich)
brutal_&_sadistic_show The name of this act surely says it all. Their sets together are virtually unsurpassed for their creativity. One, two, skippety doo: perfectly echoing the style of the 90s they mix absurd German samples between their hard-techno/industrial beats, cheerfully strolling through the history of pop. A really fantastic show!
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Pappenheimer (Würzburg)
pappenheimer_1 People like Pappenheimer were probably born with a turntable already in their hands. Talking about hands: when people like Pappenheimer play one of their dreaded hardtechno/industrial sets, sound engineers use precisely these to cover their heads in horror. And while we’re on the subject of heads: there’s no telling what will happen to yours when just such people like Pappenheimer play at SYNDICATE. Time for escalation!
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LIVE:

BMG (Wiesbaden)
bmg_tanz_1 In the bowels of the earth where the core is molten, where firestorms make any form of life impossible, the BMG produce their tracks. At any rate that’s how legend has it. Their sets are legendary as well, with Oliver Beez and Sascha Ewe taking themselves to a state of total physical exhaustion wreaking havoc behind their controllers. They transfer this frenzied, cut-throat chaos to the floor without any loss in sound. What happens isn’t just collateral damage – it’s major carnage on a massive scale.
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