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Wednesday, January 02, 2013

Side Line review Bent and Broken



Side Line reviews Bent and Boken. Thanks to Elise Din for the review. Check it out here.


...Over now to the remixes on the 1st disc. There are several remarkable and even outstanding pieces. The remix of “Mind Games” by Skinny Puppy’s cEvin Key and Ken Marshall is a slow opener, but with deep resonating vibes and again the essential, sensual vocals of kaRIN. The “Great Apes Mix” of “In The Frequency” is more into solid guitar riffs, showing a real transposition of the original song. The Black Sheep also did a good job with the remix of “Pure Bliss”. It’s a kind of ghost-like version with a great progression. But the best remix is the one by Statik himself! He deserves the award of best remix on this disc for “Mind Games”. It sounds pretty industrial-dub like while I also like a kind of scratching sound treatment. Statik contributed to some other remixes as well and in the end it all becomes clear that you can’t be better served than by yourself!


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Friday, November 16, 2012

Grave Concerns reviews Bent and Broken



"This is a get on your blasters and outer space suits and fire up this release kind of goodness that Collide keeps evolving with each release!"


Thanks Jules!! We really appreciate your review!!


Read the full review here.

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Friday, November 16, 2012

Lithium Magazine reviews Bent and Broken



We are not George Lucas.


Check out the full review here. Thanks Mike Bax for the review!

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Monday, November 12, 2012

Jason Nahrung reviews Bent and Broken

"Listening to electro duo Collide is a little like walking by the ocean; a quiet, calming ocean. But as with that aquatic environment, beneath the surface, there are currents to pull you in unexpected directions, rips to take you deeper. And that is what the mammoth remix double album Bent and Broken (Noiseplus), kindly downloaded to me by the band, has explored, tagging the essence and developing the core of the music to take it further. So not just those calming rhythms, but the crash and foam as well."


Thanks to Jason Nahrung, who reviewed Bent and Broken on his website, Vampires in the Sunburnt Country. You can read the whole review here.

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Thursday, November 08, 2012



A new review for Bent and Broken from Morpheus Music.


... The unity of Bent and Broken is quite a coup considering the diversity of the styles encountered - gutsy, plastic, digital mangling; harsh industrial electronica juxtaposed with synth washes and feminine vocal expressions; dreamy gothic nocturnes and fractured cyber-lullabies. Bent and Broken is perhaps the ideal introduction for anyone not yet familiar with Collide.


Check out the full review here. Thanks to Paul from Morpheus Music!

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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Fear.net reviews Bent and Broken



"The first half Bent kicks off with some of its most impressive tracks, beginning with an ominous, throbbing remix of "Mind Games" from Counting to Zero (which is an excellent single in its original form) by cEvin Key and Skinny Puppy collaborator Ken “HiWatt” Marshall; "Orgy,” an eerie, serpentine cover of a tune originally created by Cure frontman Robert Smith for his side project The Glove, featuring some of kaRIN's best vocal work; and an ultra-cool cosmic cover of Queen's "She Makes Me,” based on a solid foundation of acoustic guitar and now one of my all-time Collide faves. Another standout is the title track, which appears here for the first time, and pulses with the same dark energy of the opening cut, but with a lighter, more inquisitive touch..."


Thanks to Gregory Burkart and Fear.net, for the great review of Bent and Broken... especially nice, on this Halloween. Read the whole review here.

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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

First Bent and Broken review from Glasswerk

"...The sound is expansive and full of beauty and resonates long after...It’s pure reveling in the material making it as loud and bombastic as it can get."


"Across the board it’s pretty much top notch production value. Bent and Broken will make Collide fans go back and excavate and re-evaluate previous works in their original incarnation to discover what seeds are there that caught the remixers’ ear in the first place. Very much recommended."


Check out the entire review here. Thanks so much to Steven Hurst for being the very first person to pen a review!!

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