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Bad Sekta is excited to offer the first of a new series of limited edition art prints, showcasing visual work by our crew! Kicking things off with a set of four amazing designs by resident visual artist Oddscene – hand-numbered and signed, printed on A3-sized heavyweight 300gsm board and with free shipping for all UK orders. Each design is limited to 25 copies only, so why not support a very talented independent artist and grab them while you can…
‘Savana Zebras’ – A surreal troupe of satyresses in full splendour – zebra creatures on a mission to brighten up your walls forever!
‘Tropical Zebra’ – Stranded in a tropical paradise, this gorgeous and colourful striped ballerina just wants to come home with you!
‘Victoriana’ – Sucking at the same vein as the vampire literature of the Victorian period, ‘Victoriana’ strikingly captures a doll in the unapologetic aftermath of her ghoulish feeding…
‘Twin Vampiras’ – Two seductively vampiric dolls inspired by the luscious ladies of the Hammer horror films – the perfect gift for the discerning goth in your life!
Summer’s been full of extra-curricular activities here at Bad Sekta HQ, so please excuse the apparent lack of recent motion … coming up shortly, we’ve a remastered CD and digital release of The Abominable Mr Tinkler‘s ‘Ether Way You Lose’, limited edition art prints by Oddscene, plus some other particularly exciting projects that we’ll keep under wraps for now…
Hi there pop-pickers! Just a quick London events update for now (as we’ve only just got back from summer holidays)…
Ryan Jordan performs some no doubt utterly terrifying sonic art terror @ English Heretic Summer of Blood, this Saturday 24 August, while Hue Jah Fink?, Ronin & Tr33n pull out all the stops for the Random Artists Fund Raver event on the 9 September. More info on these and other forthcoming Bad Sekta-related events can be found via our events page.
Just a quick one to let you know that we’ve recently updated our Live Sets & Mixes page to include the bulk of the Bad Sekta-related sets from the amazing underground music resource that is Ill FM! We’re leeching their files, so thanks Mark P.
There’s a massive amount of innovative, chaotic and just plain weird live and DJ archive sets here from crew including Anxt!, Dave Stitch, Ely Muff, Enreset, FZV, Phuq, Ronin, The Wirebug and many others, so dive on in!
Here’s the tracklist:
01. Ovuca – ‘Stacey’
02. Bogdan Raczynski – ‘Trance and Burn’
03. Cylobotnia – ‘Track 1’
04. The Tuss – ‘Rushup I Bank 12’
05. Dave Monolith – ‘Farewell Frenchman’
06. VHS Head – ‘Sunset Everett’
07. The Flashbulb – ‘Binedump (Acidwolf Mix)’
08. Milanese – ‘Braggin’
09. Jega – ‘Intron.ix’
10. Amon Tobin – ‘Marine Machines’
11. Clark – ‘Rainbow Voodoo’
In all the excitement over getting the new site online and our new Obese release out this week, we forgot to mention that as part of our relaunch we’re offering £1.50 off orders of our ‘BADvinyl001’ 12″ vinyl (with FLAC & 320KBPS MP3 instant downloads, stickers, info sheet, etc.)!
You can grab a copy at this special reduced price until midnight GMT on the 31 May, so…
Our first release in absolutely ages is an absolute smasher – six tracks of maximal bass music, created on the Phatkins diet by Obese (aka longtime label presence Ronin)!
Mastered by Hue Jah Fink? @ Binary Feedback, ‘Extra-Saturated’ sounds utterly amazing and is guaranteed to fulfil all of your bass requirements for a long time to come. Phuq‘s cover art is truly edifying too…
Available now as AAC, FLAC, FLAC (Hi-Res), 320KBPS MP3 and WAV downloads.
🙂 It’s good to be back!
Welcome to the new Bad Sekta website! Plus proper ye olde integrated web shoppe and such, at long last. Please have a mooch about, check out the site, and let us know if you’ve a particularly strong opinion on the changes we’ve made. In a nutshell, with this build we’re aiming for greater compatibility and functionality across devices, improved accessibility, and keeping things as DIY as possible (e.g. providing downloads from this site, rather than via a third-party). We’ve still a few tweaks to do (especially with regards to loading speed), but we hope you like!
Happily, full-on label reactivation appears unavoidable, with a new Bad Sekta digital release imminent on the 13th May from Obese (bringing the bass with a wicked mini-album of dancefloor booty-smashers), plus more promised over the coming months from label veterans The Abominable Mr Tinkler, Phuq and others! More info anon…