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The Teknoist - Tank Alligator (2014)

The Teknoist - Tank Alligator (2014)

Artist: The Teknoist
Title Of Album: Tank Alligator
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Industrial Strength
Genre: Breakcore, Hardcore, Gabber, Drum & Bass, IDM
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 60:50 min
Total Size: 147 MB


01. Bear Core 6:17
02. Tong Po 6:46
03. Hippy Killer (feat. Igorrr & Passenger Of Shit) 5:03
04. Beastage (feat. Smyla) 6:14
05. A Thousand Eyes (Vocals by Cry) 4:58
06. Dredd My Head 6:04
07. The Teknoist & Dolphin - Soulless Killing Machine (The Teknoist Re-Exorcising Of The Demon) 5:13
08. Undead Roniin - No Known Cure 6:21
09. Balkansky & Loop Stepwalker - Tornado (The Teknoist Tornado Made Of Zombies Re-Twist) 4:06
10. I'm Not A Psychopath 7:02
11. Gods & Monsters 2:46

Tank Alligator Review by Scheme Boy
Tank Alligator; a hardcore album? No. A drum & bass album? No. The sound of Tank Alligator is the sound of The Teknoist, a unique specimen fuelled by pain and anguish, but resulting in a highly accomplished, genre smashing record that the “scene” desperately needs.
A decade ago The Teknoist, Dolphin and myself were all striving towards making Hardcore more musical, influenced by forces outside the UK hardcore scene like AFX, Autechre and μ-ziq, to name but a few. Our passion to develop a hard electronica sound that was more than just kick drums is what drove The Teknoist to launch his Ninja Columbo label. Now, a decade later, in a time of what seems like back to basics tune making, boring repetition and lazy production standards, the world needs The Teknoist to stick to that mantra and drive musicality forward in the Hardcore scene more than ever. Thankfully that is exactly what Tank Alligator does, in spades.
Yes this album delivers brutal kicks, smashed amens and edits that sound like a bar room brawl (as you would expect from this one man hurricane) but it’s the underlying sorrow and haunting atmosphere of the harmonic content, underpinning the entire album, that not only makes it stand out from the competition, but also makes it a very personal and reflective record.
Considering there are 5 tracks that feature other artists (notably a long overdue return to his partnership with Dolphin), Tank Alligator sounds like The Teknoist and no other. You can hear the pressure he puts on himself almost reaching tipping point, teetering on the edge of sanity with this album, yet it works, it flows and simultaneously makes you want to rave and cry.
If you want the same predictable dengs, pangs, kicks and snares that every other cunt is producing these days, then you’ll either be sorely disappointed by Tank Alligator, or you’ll be cured of whatever mental illness you’re currently suffering from. Either way I don’t think The Teknoist will care. This album was written, like all great albums should be, for himself. The rest of us are merely tourists along for the ride. It’s not here to tick boxes or to be nicely packaged into neat genres and thank fuck for that.

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