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Cat Rapes Dog to release previously unreleased material next week

Cat Rapes Dog will next week release previously unreleased material that was found on a cassette tape last year. The tape is from the period after Joel Rydström but before John Lindqwister, which means 1995-1996. The material holds demo recordings made on a four-track, so the quality is not 100%. Some songs have titles and lyrics (and samples) that were later re-used for the following two albums, but the music is different. As there was no lead singer at the time, all vocals are by Magnus and Annelie. The nine songs will be released on bandcamp under the title ”Holiday In The Welfare State”. If anything, they are likely the most sample-dense songs CRD ever made. Something we look forward to, as Cat Rapes Dog remains one of the favorites amongst the Side-Line Magazine team members. About Cat Rapes Dog Joel Rydström and Magnus Fransson set up Cat Rapes Dog in 1984. The Swedish duo got world-wide recognition in the 90 with the albums “Maximum Overdrive” (1989) and “God, Guns & Gasoline” (1990), both released on KK Records, rapidly becoming references. The mix of harsh EBM and a truly punk attitude resulted in legendary hits such as “Motorhead”, “American Dream, […]

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Interview with Shane Aungst – DJ behind the Face The Beat 6 Megamix

Earlier this week we launched a mega mix of “Face The Beat: Session 6”, once again executed by Seattle (United States) based DJ Shane Aungst who seems to have really fallen in love with the series. The 100 minutes and 4 seconds long mix features a total of 24 tracks all taken from the massive setlist of “Face The Beat: Session 6”, lots of samples and is available now on Bandcamp as a free download. Time to call Seattle again and talk with Shane. SL: Shane, you have realized two very different sides in the megamix, Side A is more laid back while Side B is more up tempo. Was that split in approach already pre-planned? SA: I didn’t have a set plan going into the project, I spent a lot of time listening to all the tracks and just went with what had the right groove for me. There were a dizzying amount of songs to choose from and I felt terrible for having to pass on so many. My selection process came down to my headphones, a few joints, and a couple late nights listening to the tracks repeatedly SL: You put quite some work in getting samples […]

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