01. Advances in Obsolete Technology – Scary Tale
02. The Explorers – Triangle
03. Liquid Green – Late at Night
04. Tin Foil Hats – Quietly Violent
05. LX Nen – Chiral
06. Second Thought – Ice Haven
07. Sputnikk – Open Up
08. Liquid Green – Desperated
09. Tin Foil Hats – Hast du Angst (Are You Afraid)
10. In The Black Box – Radio Dynamic Twenty-Two
Back once again with a staggering display of ground-breaking electronic experimentation, Dirty Compilation 2010: Quietly Violent is yet another powerhouse of stunning, high quality electronic music. Passionately written, produced and recorded by the members of the Dirty Forums on www.borndirty.org this unique compilation boasts some of the freshest sounds available for free on the internet today. Get ready for a dynamic journey through the ever expanding electronic soundscape with everything from synth-pop and dubstep to minimal electronica and electro-house. Each track takes you deeper inside the complex psyche of the dirty community.
This is not just another collection of music. Quietly Violent is another installment in a full and varied series of compilations that have featured every possible electronic genre you could think of. The Dirty Compilations bring together different artists from all around the globe to express themselves with a common theme in mind – the results are always astounding. So rarely do you find a compilation of such quality and with such a rich history available for free online.
Be part of the Dirty experience and wrap your ears around the latest musical works from the depths of the Dirty Forums…
To download a zip file of Quietly Violent in 320kbps MP3 please CLICK HERE
Abandoned is a gallery of decaying vehicles put together by Karl Hyde and Scott Warner. The initial selections were provided from images taken by Karl during early 2001, with the intent to keep the collection dynamic by allowing submissions from site visitors.
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please send your attachments to: email@example.com
Please include the month and year you took the images and the location (city) where the car was parked. We will not use all submissions. Ideally, we’re looking for numerous images of the same vehicle, some showing the entire vehicle and others illustrating up close the current state of decay.
Images in your head, moments, colors. Connect the lines.
We do Scribble is an ongoing project, where anyone can help. Want to learn more? Please visit this thread in our forums. We would like to thank everybody who donated their images to this first release.