if you are wondering what the artist wanted to tell you by choosing this title, we will give you a small hint: it’s a cynical statement on something that for sure every party promoter has experienced at some point. the rest, we will leave up to your imagination… in real life, there’s no mercy – neither is when it comes to the sound of this new snork release by syntax error. the four new tracks with meaningful names are not only a social criticism and another artistic processing of the current development of the techno scene, but also a classic syntax error: rough, tricky and good to groove. each track stands on its own, telling another story. “collateral cosmopolitan” is a straight forward piece with a highly memorable beat talking about the uniformity that is creeping in the waiting lines of more and more techno clubs. “i wear my grandpa’s glasses” presents a totally dodgy sound, which might be a little oldschool and even a little irritating – just like some fashion items you encounter on today’s big city streets. “no fog is no solution” is a tight song that definitely needs some good fog and a harsh strobe. and finally, the last track sounds like a futuristic fairy tale from outer space looking on the world as if it is a “society bathysphere”.
listen to the pulse of sound, because snork #71 is turning up the ping rate right to the top! with this year s third release, snork enterprises presents a sonic blast with two brand new tracks by mr. snork himself, aka christian schachta aka syntax error.
here we go with the *eine stadt frisst ihre helden* e.p., four rough and raw techno machines down from the evil subsea dungeons by the label head himself aka syntax error. every track tells a story out of the snorky life from christian in snorkcity giessen! el expreso de cerveza, do a beer pub tour in giessen and you definitely know that this means. *mad insomnia causing insects* contains samples which are provided by mad matze from his south america holiday, real monster quadrills noice! if this is not freaking you out, the *freak wave* will do, breaking over your head that crashes you on the deepest underground as possible. if this is not enough, enjoy some *döret talk* from the backstage! more dört that you can expect! this e.p. absolutely says eat my shorts and go fuck yourself! to be or not to be snorky! that is the question!
this is part 3 of the >share yourself!< vinyl releases - share yourself! upload your whole life to the www to have free space on your organik harddisk which is also known as your brain. free it for this ten snorky tracks which are brought to you by mr. syntax error. all with his slapped bass style and the dark snorky atmosphere. this release comes to you as 4! vinyl parts, each with two tracks and as little special, part 4 will include >dwarfs hot pot< from the album plus 3 extra remixes by phil kieran, norman and laufmasche. this is syntax errors follow up to his rebelization in the music world, after his recently released mix cd >mixed with real hands!< on snork enterprises. this album is a new message from the lost fighter beyond the electronic music frontier ....
this is part 4 from the >share yourself!< release from syntax error, one of the lost fighters beyond the electronic music frontier for music hard wax. this 12 inch includes the album track >dwarfs hot pot< and 3 additional remixes from norman, laufmasche and nicolas duvoisin. go for it!
this is part 2 of the >share yourself!< vinyl releases - share yourself! upload your whole life to the www to have free space on your organik harddisk which is also known as your brain. free it for this ten snorky tracks which are brought to you by mr. syntax error. all with his slapped bass style and the dark snorky atmosphere. this release comes to you as 4! vinyl parts, each with two tracks and as little special, part 4 will include >dwarfs hot pot< from the album plus 3 extra remixes by phil kieran, norman and laufmasche. this is syntax errors follow up to his rebelization in the music world, after his recently released mix cd >mixed with real hands!< on snork enterprises. this album is a new message from the lost fighter beyond the electronic music frontier ....
first on decks.de !!! how do you feel, being a part of a clubnight as an alphalord? people sharing their drinks with you, girls teasing you etc .etc. and you arent interested, just waiting for the cool music from the decks... inspired from the moments, techno music was wasted and the only important thing at a party, syntax error worked on two oldshoolish dark tracks. pumping, stomping and absolutely dry! mixed with wet heavy basses! take a listen, be a part of the alphalords and get a >thin whistle< in your ears! we only remember the rock pussies of thin whistle...
here you go! this megahot limited 12 inch brings you three syntax error remixes which were only released digitally in past. this is something for all vinyl freaks! side a is taken from usas great digital label noice! records. its a remix of matthias schaffhäusers >nobody every< release on noice004 which will be also out in june. side b1 is taken from the bonus tracks of snork26 by pakt and side b2 from the digital bonus tracks of felix bernhardts wander zirkus e.p. more bass on plastic for all vinyl lovers of snork enterprises! sure to get that crowd whooping and shouting! >chrashpoint< bangs you with the belly rumbling bass juxtaposed with rattles and booming kick drums. felixs spiral of sound comes in once more whipping the whole thing up to a complete climax. and if that wasnt enough, >blue nuts< comes ready to finish you off, its slowed down techno vibe, yet again with the bottom end business, busted out ready to bounce your booty all around!
supported by: syntax error, monkey b, thomas p. heckmann
snork enterprises director general syntax error returns once more to snork with two fine funky flavours to further your freeform movements on the dancefloor.
>norflop poseidon< begins with a collection of abstract beats which soon collect themselves into a bass heavy rhythm. broken beats collide with the minimal groove, and dx drones soon give way to solid digital clunks giving us something genuinely new and different.
>oceanic amcom< returns us to more conventional beat structures backed up with more fm synthesis taking us on a journey into deep electronic sounds. snares and rattles then intervene, and the fm bass gets deeper, taking us into a bouncing, delay filled funk.
two fresh funk filled cuts from the snork grand master himself, play them loud!
incl. patrick lindsey remix. label boss christian schachta returns once more with two new cuts of grinding bass and razor-sharp percussion for your listening pleasure. >sugar bombs< pairs up grungy bass with metallic artificial vocal stabs which arrange themselves into a solid techno groove. >sweet market< strips it all back to basics, spitting occasional claps, bleeps and snares, whilst the growling bass returns, growing in intensity as the track progresses. old school bad nauheim techno hero patrick lindsey re-invents >sweet market< into a driving techno-house thumper, complete with clapping and chanting, vocal snips and chicago styled hats, ready to give the party a big boot in the ass in fine style!
feinwerk head honcho syntax error aka christian schachta returns with some raw and sparse beats, groans and synthesizer drones, fusing the classic mid nineties brighton/edinburgh sound with late noughties tempo, style and vibe. i dont know grunts its synth lines over minimalistic beats whilst anymore ties some classic old school percussion to more synthesizer quacks, bonks and metallic donks. two class cuts for a variety of floors, enjoy! supported by: norman, harry axt, dapayk, holgi star, mark hawkins, dave tarrida...
fein012 is the first fein that features the new, clubbier and more electronic style of the label. here are 2 new rmxs of the best selling >pussy flörborner< track from syntax errors >rubbish ep<. norman comes with a wonky groovy stammheim crackle style, where as syntax errors mix is minimal, reduced and convinces with minimalistic electronic elements and a strong groove
special triple pack for all you snork lovers out there - including 3 classics from the snork stable:
- utg6: mathias schaffhäuser - abyss reworked
- snork090: syntax error - i bought myself a party
- feinwerkltd02: tobias schmidt & dave tarrida - endless meaningless
right in your face! with the first release after its renewal in 2015, the underground techno label feinwerk has definitely nailed it. four massive tracks by four warriors of pure hard underground real shit fucking music - that is what kicks ass your new year! norman, berk offset, dave tarrida and syntax error aka label founder christian schachta once more set a bench on what dirty dark techno tunes are all about! so lift up your ass and keep your head straight, there is a bass approaching! feinwerk reloaded 2015.