Monday, August 25, 2008


Hailing from Kumamoto, Japan, Xinlisupreme is a provoking blend of noise rock with IDM electronics. In the course of an album the mood will shift immensely and as seemingly what genre it should be called does as well. From electro ditties to harsh noise screeching to drum and bass rumblings. The almost fully instrumental tracks (sometimes there are faint sounds somewhat like voices) are mesmerizing, especially if played loud enough to drown out anything else. Also of note is the band's willingness to share their music, the latest release to date is available for free download on their own website in mp3 form. Feel free to grab it from there if you'd like. I am also sharing two previous releases, the debut album and the very excellent Murder License EP. I'm keeping this post brief as I have to call windows and fight with them for a new activation key (I shouldn't need to steal what I own). Anyhow, enjoy this stuff, it is truly amazing.

To be had here:

Tomorrow Never Comes (2002) [224 VBR kbps]

Murder License (2002) [256 VBR kbps]

Neinfuturer (2005) [192 kbps]
also available on their site

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