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DTK05
Arist: Unitus
Title: Caretaker
Format: CD
Released: March 2006

Album Clips

02. The Dry Humour of Geography
03. Something So Simple
05. The Highly Prized Bruising of Violent Consumerism
06. A Practical Application of Basic Economic Principles

More Audio Samples: http://www.drosstik.com/v1/DTK05.html

The Anti-Socialite of the Toronto breakcore scene, Unitus (Daniel Ross) makes his return to fame and fortune as he delivers his much anticipated second full length album, “Caretaker”. The follow up to his debut album in 2002, “Cross Contamination” (D-Trash), “Caretaker” is an evolution in the Unitus sound, experimenting further with breakbeats and melody while still preserving that familiar dirty edge. Unitus has struck a balance of deep emotional melodies, while still laying waste to everything in his path with heavy industrial-guitar drones, slower bpm jungle beats and a gritty feel. “Caretaker” is power noise with real power, industrial with an edge, techno without the presets, and breakcore with melody. Brilliant!




DTK06
Arist: Sincere Trade
Title: If You Cannot Beat Them
Format: CD
Released: March 2006

Album Clips

02. Bend From Heat
05. Hanjin
09. Tesfaye
10. Tolley Under My Dresser


More Audio Samples: http://www.drosstik.com/v1/DTK06.html

Another young musician from the underbelly of Toronto’s vast music culture, Sincere Trade (Carl Heindl) presents his debut album, “If You Cannot Beat Them”. Sincere Trade has quickly become a recognizable artist in the Toronto music scene and is now set to deliver his musical vision to the world. With a knack for twisted and crunchy skipping percussion, and a love for warm and dirty vintage synthesizers, Sincere Trade bridges familiar retro sounds with modern production skills. Call it IDM if you want – but this music has groove and is meant just as much for the dance floor as it is for the shoe-gazing chin-strokers. Sincere Trade adds a different dimension to Dross:tik, as the label continues to re-define its musical direction with each release
 
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