Otto Von Schirach
Oozing Bass Spasms
Cock Rock Disco is proud to present the new full length album by Otto Von Schirach: “Oozing Bass Spasms”. With enough porn and horror samples to satiate the most demented programmer, and enough juicy bass to placate the most voracious bass-head, Oozing Bass Spasms is a masterwork by one of the world’s most original artists.
By far his most approachable and even refined album, it’s still pretty fucking crazy in a way that only Otto von Schirach can provide. This time the overall feeling of the album is more dance sounding; elements of Booty, Electro, Breakcore, and Rave music all find a place in his bizarre universe. From the first track “Subatomic Disco Divas” to the last “Satanic Unicorn Orgy”, we are spoon-fed outstanding beats of all types, fractured and welded into ghettoized forms never seen. “Magnetic Rave Headache” will probably be one of the hardest breakcore tracks you’ve ever heard, and then the next song, “Gelatin Fixation” is built around a dubstep bassline that would make Scorn wet himself. His ballad “Her Blood Is Like Poison” gets the ladies horny and the boys start the mosh-pit during “DJ Hepatitis Tofuburger”. But the party gets rowdy with his collaboration with Liquido – “Romance in the Club”- a electro-club banger like we rarely get anymore- it’s positively soaked in party.
Otto Von Schirach (half Cuban / half German) was born in 1978 in the ghetto in Miami. In 1995 he bought his first drum machine from a crack-head just 2 blocks from his mom’s house, and in 1998 Otto released his first demo, which got him signed to a 4 album deal with Schematic Records. In 2003 Otto worked on the Skinny Puppy album “The Greater Wrong of the Right” and then tour with them now 3 times. Otto’s last album, “Maxipad Detention”, was released by Mike Patton’s Ipecac Recordings in 2006.