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Unintentional Review by Black Vector

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Black Vector

We've just received the first review of the new Testube remix album "Unintentional", courtesy of the folks at the Swedish magazine Black Vector. You can read the entire review of the album here. Special thanks go out to writer Björn Andersson for his time, attention, and detailed assessment!

Dark Essence of Australia featuring Testube

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Dark Essence

Remember when those big whiny lizards from the movie The Dark Crystal would strap down some little innocent-looking muppet and send a beam of pink light into its eyes to steal its "essence"? Josh Guinan's excellent Dark Essence radio show is a little like that - but in reverse. Rather than sucking the life-juice out of someone, Josh's listeners are treated to an infusion of the very "essence" of dark music.  keep reading »

Testube gets Re:automated!

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Re:automation Radio

Special thanks are in order for superkewl deejay Stanley Robinson, who has been regularly featuring tracks from the new Testube release Unintentional on his excellent podcast show, titled Re:automation Radio. Stanley's been a stalwart of the underground industrial community for some time now, and we first crossed paths in the late nineties when I submitted music to his Wet-Works Zine. His radio show and label (Decisive Sound Records) further that tradition of exposing unique music to the scene.  keep reading »

New Testube album now available!

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Unintentional Packaging

The new Testube full length titled Unintentional has just been released! Featuring remixes from Type001, Unterm Rad, R010R, Justin Lassen, LowHero.DLL, and In Virus Tandem, this limited release serves as the perfect companion piece to the 2010 Testube album Off Purpose. Also included are several new tracks by Testube and a collaboration with Michael Lauter (White Trash Compactor). The album is available for download from all popular online retailers, as well as the Testube music store. A limited boutique CDr version is also being sold via Glim Records, with unique hand-assembled packaging and a "spontane" game spinner, designed to intentionally incite the unintentional in your life.

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