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Terence Fixmer - Machine EP

  • Performer: Terence Fixmer
  • Title: Machine EP
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: Netherlands
  • Record source: 4 × File, MP3, EP, 320 kbps
  • Released: 21 Apr 2009
  • Style: Industrial, Minimal Techno
  • Label: Electric Deluxe
  • Cat#: EDLX.004
  • MP3 album: 1689 mb
  • FLAC album: 1581 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 512
Terence Fixmer - Machine EP


2Machine Tool3:48
3Machine (Speedy J Rez)
Remix – Speedy J
4Machine (Fixmer's 6 Am Dub Version)
Remix – Fixmer


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EDLX.004Terence Fixmer Machine EP ‎(CDr, EP)Electric DeluxeEDLX.004Netherlands2009


Muscle Machine Album, 2001 by Terence Fixmer, released 06 June 2001 1. Electrostatic 2. Electric Vision 3. Shout 4. Armée des Ténebres 5. Electronic Violence 6. Across The Gate 7. Fixated Robot Warrior 8. Rage 9. Under-Soul 10. Warm 11. Out In The Space 12. Body Pressure 13. Alone In The dark Released on International Deejay Gigolo records. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 7 EUR or more. Album 2009 4 Songs. Machine - EP Terence Fixmer. 2012 сингл Original Mix. Le Terrible Ep. Terence Fixmer. 2011 сингл. The Night. Comedy of Menace Part 2. 2010 сингл. Machine EP. 2009 сингл. Machine Tool Tool, 03:48. Now playing: Van Halen Jump. Радио Рекорд - 1980-е. Post Malone Circles. Contact Terence Fixmer on Messenger. Terence Fixmer - Armée Des Tenebres 6:16. Terence Fixmer - Fixated Robot Warrior 6:11. Terence Fixmer - Shout - Muscle Machine EP - GIGOLO 78 6:28. Terence Fixmer - Alone in the Dark 5:23. Terence Fixmer - Electrostatic 5:21. Terence Fixmer - Electric Vision 5:23. Fixated Robot Warrior 6:10. Terence Fixmer - Electronic Violence 5:49. Terence Fixmer is one of France's most illustrated characters of the techno scene. the dancing feet, as it does to the searching soul, whilst still maintening musical depth and integrity. Terence Fixmer's biography. Booking information. Alexandra Ismalone, Event statistics. Terence Fixmer - Muscle Machine, released 2001-06-01, Planete Rouge, GIGOLO 78. Terence Fixmer is one of Frances most treasured protagonists. Since his first album Muscle Machine 1999 on Gigolo Fixmer, born in Lille north of France at the Belgium border in 1972, discovered the EBM ELECTRONIC BODY MUSIC when he was 15 and became a NITZER EBB-, FRONT 242-, KLINIK-, - AND DAF- fan. At the beginning of the 89-90's he was a party freaker and his interest for the electron read more. Terence Fixmer, born in Lille north of France at the Belgium border in 1972, discovered the EBM ELECTRONIC BODY MUSIC when he was 15 and became a NITZER EBB-, FRONT 242-, KLINIK-, - AND DAF- fan


Reviews of the Terence Fixmer - Machine EP (1):
Great EP, but for me, it all comes down to the Speedy J Rez take on Fixmer's machine. Eleven minutes of tension building, amassing of disturbing metallic sound effects, hisses and bleeps courtesy of disfunctional lathe machines. Not really hard or fast, but the way Jochem tickles your mind and teases the listener's patience by constantly keeping them at the edge of their seats is beyond comprehension here. The manipulation of break down/pre climax segments is breath taking. Using industrial undertones while shifting harsh, piercing layers from the background up to the forefront and back, Speedy J creates a seriously effective crowd pleaser here. The only thing you have to remember is to play something punishing and hard to the bone after this.
Fixmer's original is similar, only shorter. Slightly less on the EBM and electro tip he's known for, he churns out one straight for the dance floors here. Basically, it uses the same patterns and tricks as the Speedy J version, it's only that Terence lacks the ability to construct and deconstruct tunes, as well as create a nervous atmosphere, in a way Speedy J has done many times over the years (his remixes of Point Blank and Klark, Krekc, Punnik...), so it's a clear call for me.
Fixmer's 6 Am Dub Version and the Machine Tool numbers might namely work as DJ utensils, as personally, I have a pretty tough time going through them. But still, staying true to the Electric Deluxe legacy, the last two tracks are plain and simple tools, which I am quite certain, a skillful DJ will incorporate into his set and create quite something to get the crowd hyped. But on their own, they just lack the memorable arrangement and overall feel the first two tracks had.

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