Last Minutes Christmas Gift, MP3 Download: CHRISTMAS INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX MMXIV


Too dark and too noisy for mass consumption (the Mrs. hates this), I present to you CHRISTMAS INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX MMXIV. 14 tracks of mutated Christmas carols designed to appeal to fans of dark ambient, classic industrial and industrial noise.


You can download the complete album HERE

01 – dross – XMAS
02 – SAJ – All I Want for Christmas (No Presents Mix)
03 – c-c – The Night Before Bit Mess
04 – Country Death – We Three Things
05 – SKGB – What Child Is This (hotboxin tha manger remix feat. moon.tone)
06 – m129 – walking in the air
07 – T.R.I.v.M. – white christmas (crystal meth paranoia flow)
08 – Martin Atkins and the Chicago Industrial League – The Spirit of Christmas
09 – CeDigest – Antichristmas
10 – C/A/T – Hoo-ray For Santee Claus
11 – Andrew Fitzpatrick – Toyland
13 – Ryan Page – God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen Remix
14 – Attrition – Silent Night

Running Time: 00:55:52

Background: While working on Do Androids Dream of a White Noise Christmas? Volume 3, I found several songs that I really liked, but that just didn’t fit with the tone that had previously been established with Volumes 1 & 2. These songs were either too long, too noisy or too chaotic. I would describe them as dark ambient, industrial ambient, harsh electro industrial, rhythmic noise or experimental. So I made another playlist over the course of a couple of days.


MP3 Download: Do Androids Dream of a White Noise Christmas? Volume 3


Merry Christmas everyone.  As my present to you, I give Do Androids Dream of a White Noise Christmas? Volume 3, the latest installment in my series of annual holiday playlists.  Original songs and reinterpretations of traditional Christmas carols, mostly electronic, noisy and glitchy, and as closely themed to robots as I could find. Track listing and download link below.  Enjoy!


You can download the complete album HERE.

01 – Mista Cookie Jar & the Chocolate Chips – Robot For Xmas
02 – gwEm, Counter Reset, A-Me, and Omena Succo – Christmas is Christmas
03 – Jubal – God Rest Ye Merry, Gentledude
04 – Chris Beckstrom – We Wish You a Merry Christmas
05 – Decomposure – Little Drummer Boy
06 – Olli Äkräs, Mikko Saarinen & Nelli Petro – Walking In The Air
07 – Various Artists – Joy To The World
08 – Dane Jacobs – O Come All Ye Faithful (Ellerslie Highway Version)
09 – ENTROPY – Industrial Christmas
10 – lectronin – I Saw Three Ships
11 – Joe Vitale Jr – Jingle Jingle
12 – DJ Tripp – Just Like Rudolph (The Cure vs Gene Autry vs Rudolph)
13 – Red Flag – X-Mas Tree Graveyard
14 – Keyboard Kid 206 – Burnin’ Christmas Tree
15 – Dance Planet X – Silent Night
16 – Mr. Ghost – The Contortionist’s Christmas
17 – Valentine Wolfe – A Victorian Villain’s Christmas
18 – BludStaind – Krampus
19 – Misanthrobotic – Disco Doom is Coming to Town [Short]
20 – gwEm and Counter Reset – Star Child
21 – Bike Month – Becoming Santa
22 – Derfa – Santa’s High
23 – 53XM4CH1N3 – Sleigh Ride (Extra Fett)
24 – JMaq – Robots Call It XMas
25 – The Stabone and Demar Rock Group – Christmas In Robot Land
26 – Square Wail – We Three Kings
27 – KOKO – Yob (Xmas Dub)
28 – Jingle Punx – 12 Days of the Urban Dictionary Christmas
29 – The Bad Analogy – Angels We Have Heard on High
30 – Metallic Clouds – Sweater Weather
31 – Solarno – Ave Maria
32 – Short and Hat – What Child Is This
33 – Pretty Riot – The First Noel
34 – Le4romain – The Zombies Voices
35 – thmsbsh – Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
36 – A Beautiful Lotus – Blue Christmas
37 – Dym – Little Drummer Boy
38 – Santa’s Secret – River (Melted Holly Mix)
39 – JMaq – The XMas Song (Chestnuts Atomized In A Furnace At A Temperature Of 3014 Degrees Celsius)
40 – Oil 10 – Christmas Machine
41 – Cyberfuk – Alarm Clock Symphony “Carol of the Bells” (CYBRFK [ROBOT ARMY] RMX)

Running Time: 02:15:47

If you like this, check out the original.

Disco Doom is Coming to Town


I posted an audio experiment to SoundCloud tonight. I’ve been working on the next holiday mix and found some songs I thought would work well together. One was a disco song, the other was rhythmic noise. Really, I just thought it would be funny to juxtapose them, but I couldn’t stomach a full three and a half minutes of disco.

I fired up my copy of Audition and imported Intro by Demetrius Grave, Disco Santa (Santa Claus/N.O.E.L) by Holiday Express, and Christmas Evil (Alternative Mix) by C/A/T and came out with Disco Doom is Coming to Town.

Japan’s Toho to Produce New ‘Godzilla’ Movie


Since the 50th anniversary Final Wars, Toho has been saying the big G was going to be taking a 10 year break. Excluding last summer’s Gareth Edaward’s film, they’re right on track. Maybe I’m in the minority, but I really liked Final Wars and was saddened to hear of the decade long break. Now I’m very excited that it’s finally over.

Data Archives | MP3 Download: Do Androids Dream of a White Noise Christmas?


For the month of November, all I’ve listened to is Christmas music, Wading through some 4,000 plus songs, I’ve been trying to find non-traditional Christmas songs, or non-traditional interpretations of the classics, preferably in a dark or electronic style and hopefully somehow related to robots, being lyrically or through the use of vocoders. Why am I doing this?  In preparation of Do Androids Dream of a White Noise Christmas? Volume 3, the next in my ongoing series of holiday music playlists.

The idea that grew into Do Androids Dream of a White Noise Christmas? was born in 1995 when I got my hands on Projekt Records’ Excelsis – A Dark Noël CD. Gothic, darkwave, dream pop, neo-medieval, shoegaze, and industrial ambient interpretations of traditional Christmas carols, Excelsis was a holiday album unlike anything I’d ever imagined. Having worked at a record store through many holiday seasons, I’d heard thousands of the same old mundane and boring standards that I’d grown to loathe. Listening to Excelsis was a paradigm shift for me. Christmas carols could be enjoyable again.

Fast forward to 2006, when Evil Robot Radio (my now defunct internet radio station) was in full swing. Christmas fell on a Monday that year, and with two days off of work and no other plans, I focused my attention on the station. For the holiday, I wanted to play the songs from Excelsis and the few other holiday albums I had, but the loudcity terms and conditions I was under prevented me from doing that. I would need more music, from more artists and more albums in order to not violate the t’s & c’s. With Google, Amazon, eMusic and CDBaby as my guides, I spent the entirety of Christmas Eve scouring the internet for Industrial Christmas Songs, Electro Xmas Songs, Gothic Holiday Songs and as many variations as I could think of.

Between those search results and my own CD collection, I managed to come up with about 5 hours of usable songs. Not nearly as much industrial as I hoped I would find, but some excellent 8-bit, breakcore, glitch and mash-ups and many interesting remixes, drum and bass and otherwise dancey versions of traditional carols. Most importantly, enough music that I could program the station to shuffle them in a way that wouldn’t get me in trouble with the loudcity. With all the pieces in place, as Christmas Eve turned to Christmas, I set the holiday broadcast in motion.

Listener feedback was favorable, so I decided this would become an annual tradition, and I’d put more effort into preparation and marketing in the following years. Unfortunately, two broadcasts was all I got as I shut down Evil Robot Radio in 2008.

Fast forward again to September, 2012, when I started working on the oh so creatively titled “Holiday Mix 2012” for my friend Laurie.  I had so much fun putting that together and was so happy with the results, I wanted to repeat the experience with a Christmas Mix. This time I came up with a more interesting title, Do Androids Dream of a White Noise Christmas?.


You can download the complete album HERE.

01 – Distorted Disco Records – Christmas Club Banger! (Daft Punk vs. Shark Attack vs. The Carpenters)
02 – EROS (Vocal Eric McGauley) – Little Drummer Boy
03 – Chris Beckstrom – Jingle Bell Rock
04 – The Schematics – Deck The Halls
05 – Motiv8 – We Wish You A Merry Christmas
06 – Shuree – O Come O Come Emmanuel (Tall Animals Remix)
07 – Siddal – In The Bleak Midwinter
08 – Solarno – God Rest Ye Merry Robotmen
09 – Paul Slocum – Up on the Housetop
10 – Sounda – Seasons Greetings From NASA and Sounda
11 – Spiral-Shaped Mind – Santa Conquers The Martians!
12 – Daveyboyz – Dubstep Santa – Filthy [Dark Mix]
13 – Cyberfuk – Walking In The Air (CYBRFK DUBSTEP REMIX)
14 – No-L – Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
15 – Love Spirals Downwards – Welcome Christmas
16 – BR1GHT PR1MATE – Linux & Lucy
17 – John Anealio – The Millennium Falcon For Christmas
18 – Rudimentary Paste – Spirit of Getting [ERR Edit]
19 – Robot Zombie Attack – The Man Who Ate Christmas
20 – Lucky Wander Boy – Who’s Cyborg Is This (Greensleeves)
21 – Corporal Blossom – Little Drummer Boy
22 – MystiQuintet – Carol Of The Bells
23 – The Cathedral Brass – Joy To The World (Mocean Worker Remix)
24 – DJ Scotty Marz – O Tannenbaum
25 – Love Colony; Six – Christmas Is A Feeling In Your Heart
26 – Cocteau Twins – Frosty the Snowman
27 – Bit Shifter – Let it Snow
28 – Obliminal – God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
29 – Tornado Twins – Christmas Dubstep
30 – Nude – Silent Night
31 – DKSTR – Have Yourself a Merry Funky Christmas
32 – Josh Cunningham – We 3 Kings
34 – PumpYouUp – First Noel Dub
35 – Psyborg Corp. – Angels We Have Heard On High (ProtonIced Version)
36 – Tyske Ludder – Weisse Weihnacht

Running Time: 02:09:36