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New BODY MOVES Mix Series

A new mix series focusing a new direction in END's dark alternative dance sets!

Oct 31 in Cincinnati

END returns to DARKOTICA in Cincinnati at Mixwell's Northside!

November 1 in Albany NY

END is a special guest DJ at EXHUMANITY'S special event!

March 27-29 at DARK SIDE OF THE CON 4

END returns to North America's only dark alternative culture + fan convention!

Book END: the DJ to a dance floor near you!

Contact us to bring the latest Dark Alternative dance music to your city!

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29 January 2009

TUCSON AZ & SAN DIEGO CA This Weekend!

THE CHROME ELEMENTAL TOUR

This weekend- a trip to Arizona on a night with DJ Plastic Disease and then a trip back to the hometown of San Diego (it's been a VERY long time!)
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2009 Live Dates:
03 Jan: Revolution Vs. Machine @ Savage Garden- Toronto ON
25 Jan: Asylum- Knoxville TN
30 Jan: Club Sanctuary- Tucson AZ
31 Jan: Club Sabbat- San Diego CA
07 Feb: Vector Industrial Night- Las Vegas NV
14 Feb: Cafe 331- Jacksonville FL
06 Mar: Blackhole Club- Baltimore (Dundalk) MD
13 Mar: Infect 4- Fort Myers FL
27 Mar: HAZMAT- Charlotte NC *New Residency*
09 May: Passeport (Kinetik Pre-Party)- Montreal QC
17 May: Kinetik Music Festival (w/ Icon of Coil) Montreal

BOOKING North America & International
Details- xenomorph.productions@gmail.com

Sponsored by:
Cryoflesh
ReGen Magazine
Single Cell Productions
Darkfaery Subculture Magazine
Grave Concerns Ezine
VampireFreaks


See Profile to download END: the DJ's mix album "The Chrome Elemental" on CD quality MP3 download free!
"Be warned that The Chrome Elemental will not give you a moment's rest...This is your perfect alternative dance soundtrack; your feet will bleed and your arms will ache, but you will put it on again the next night"- ReGen Magazine

26 January 2009

ReGen Mag Review On The Chrome Elemental

From ReGen Magazine:



END: the DJ
"THE CHROME ELEMENTAL" REVIEW
http://www.regenmag.com/Artist-Spotlight-100-End-The-DJ.html

From the introduction of The Chrome Elemental you can hear the passion and drive behind End: The DJ. He believes in every facet of what he does and finds something good to work with in everything he touches.

The intro from Ginger Snap5 sets everything in motion with pounding beats and cascading synths built for the dance floor.
Neurotoxxik's "Lethal Injection" will pierce your ears with accessible backing and a varied tempo that showcases End's skill at the helm, and in turn this sets the bar for the upcoming acts that he already supports.
E.I.D.'s "Kill! Kill! Kill!" is ground-and-pound body music for the masses, blending elements of hardcore dance with rough and ready samples for a wonderful concoction of cyber-mix madness.
Apoptygma Berzerk's "Suffer in Silence (Sebastian Komor Mix)" pops up next, and as you would expect, it goes through a variety of motions, contrasting the smooth vocal tones of Stephan Groth with hard-hitting electronic ferocity.
Moonitor's "Screamer" packs a seductive punch, and it should be a real hit in scene clubs the world over, armed with some prominent percussion that constantly builds, leading to major sonic appeal and a beautiful noise that'll make your lobes leak.
Seamlessly the album moves forward, and the pace really picks up for the Alien Vampires' contribution, "Dark Skies," and on here everything gets louder, faster and darker; this tune is the soundtrack to your head-fuck, kids.
Squarehead follows up with an electro rock-out complete with buzzsaw synths and haunting effects that serve to make "The Generator" a real stand-out track that will appeal to fans of industrial and its numerous sub-genres.
To follow, we have the trance-infused Stahlnebel vs. Black Selket track "Stahlingrad," which is flawlessly pulled together by Menschdefekt. Here, solid trance-like synths meet a techno attack for a brutal filler that will fit nicely into many a dark dance set constructed to make you sweat.
Komor Kommando's "Beat Around the Bushes" is a fuming anti-war rally and a solidly pieced together composition of techno ammunition. Again, on this one the elements of percussion take center stage and provide a strong backbone for some head-crunching sounds. "TB-1" by Ginger Snap5, by contrast, is very diverse trance, and it's a commercially viable anthem that could work on any crowd. It takes its place proudly before C2 and DJ Reaver's "God Warrior," which mixes up terror EBM with elements of dance and even digital hardcore for a perfectly angry and powerful clash of styles.
In the final few minutes, we have E.I.D.'s second stomping offer, "Death by Stereo," which unfortunately lacks the variation seen previously, but it's a hell of a way to end this collection, and its repetitive nature will certainly burrow its way into your head and move you to the floor.

Be warned that The Chrome Elemental will not give you a moment's rest, though that's the point of all the work that's presented here. This is your perfect alternative dance soundtrack; your feet will bleed and your arms will ache, but you will put it on again the next night, and if you forget to take it to the local club, be sure that your DJ will have a copy waiting.

REGEN MAGAZINE Artist Spotlight Interview

The new Artist Spotlight interview with END: the DJ is up on ReGen Magazine! Click the image for the full article, with news of Komor Kommando, The Chrome Elemental album tour & lots more:

21 January 2009

MARCH OF THE CIRCUITHEADS *New Club Demo Mix*

The next END: the DJ club demo mix- online in February for streaming only* courtesy of VampireFreaks. Tune in & turn the volume (way) up:



March of the Circuitheads

featuring hard-hitting tracks by:

Soman
FGFC820
Iambia
E.I.D.
Uberbyte


& many more
Stay tuned to END: the DJ on MySpace, VF and other sites!

* not available as download

18 January 2009

The Chrome Elemental Single by E.I.D. Review on Grave Concerns

Check out the review to the online single from The Chrome Elemental mix album from Grave Concerns Ezine:
E.I.D.- Death By Stereo

Read the review on Grave Concerns website

07 January 2009

New Interview in GRAVE CONCERNS EZINE

END: the DJ and Xenomorph Productions would like to thank

GRAVE CONCERNS EZINE

for their support of The Chrome Elemental (Relapse) Tour!

You can find more on the tour plus a new interview with END: the DJ at Grave Concern's website

05 January 2009

January Thanks for (Re)Voting On The DJ List.com

Thanks to all the stompers, rivets & gear heads who have voted (or re-voted) for me for January on The DJ List!
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It's a new month! Vote for END: the DJ in the Industrial genre on The DJ List (dot)com- getting the heavier, stompy music noticed in the club community!

Click on the image to vote for END on The DJ List dot com:

03 January 2009

Booking: THE CHROME ELEMENTAL TOUR Continues

The tour continues in 2009:
BOOKING North America & International
Details- xenomorph.productions@gmail.com
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Current Live Dates:
3 Jan: Revolution Vs. Machine @ Savage Garden- Toronto ON
25 Jan: Asylum- Knoxville TN
30 Jan: Club Sanctuary- Tucson AZ
31 Jan: Club Sabbat- San Diego CA
07 Feb: Vector Industrial Night- Las Vegas NV
14 Feb: Cafe 331- Jacksonville FL
13 Mar: Infect 4- Fort Myers FL
27 Mar: HAZMAT- Charlotte NC *New Residency*
14-17 May: Kinetik Music Festival (Icon of Coil crew)

Sponsored by:
Cryoflesh
ReGen Magazine
Single Cell Productions
Darkfaery Subculture Magazine
Grave Concerns Ezine
VampireFreaks


Click the image to download END: the DJ's mix album "The Chrome Elemental" on CD quality MP3 download free!