Black Tiger Sex Machine

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Black Tiger Sex Machine
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Background information
OriginMontreal, Quebec, Canada
Genres
Years active2011–present
LabelsKannibalen Records
Websitewww.blacktigersexmachine.com
MembersPatrick Barry
Marc-André Chagnon
Julien Maranda

Black Tiger Sex Machine, often abbreviated as BTSM, are a Canadian electronic music trio based in Montreal, Quebec. The trio are the label heads for Kannibalen Records, which has signed such artists as Kai Wachi, Apashe, Dabin and Lektrique.[1] BTSM specialize in aggressive, dark electronic music, as well as a live show that extends beyond a DJ performance. The trio are Marc Chagnon, Julien Maranda and Patrick Barry. The group wear illuminated tiger helmets during their live shows.[2]

Live show[edit]

Black Tiger Sex Machine perform a live show as a three piece band. They utilize a central mixer, drum machines, launchpads and keyboards, with a lighting setup that is synced with their music, including the LED lighting on their tiger helmets. They have performed at Lollapalooza, TomorrowWorld, Electric Daisy Carnival, Electric Forest, Electric Zoo, SXSW, Escape, Evolve, Lost Lands, Paradiso, crush, Osheaga, Ile Soniq, Igloofest, Shambala, and Decadence.[3] Currently, BTSM are signed to Circle Talent Agency.[citation needed]

Discography[edit]

Black Tiger Sex Machine in Belmont (2017)

Albums and extended plays[edit]

  • Drama (Kannibalen Records 2011)
  • The Kannibalen Anthem (Kannibalen Records 2011)
  • Rhythm Mode (Kannibalen Records 2012)
  • Studs, Spikes & Blood (Kannibalen Records 2012)
  • Jack Dat Body (Kannibalen Records 2013)
  • Destroy It (Kannibalen Records 2013)
  • Afterworld (Kannibalen Records 2014)
  • The Grave (Kannibalen Records 2014)
  • Funeral March (Kannibalen Records 2015)
  • Welcome To Our Church (Kannibalen Records 2016)
  • New Worlds (Kannibalen Records 2018)

Singles[edit]

  • Shockwave with Snails (Kannibalen Records 2013)
  • Rapid Fire with Dead Battery (Kannibalen Records 2014)
  • On The Run (Kannibalen Records 2014)
  • More with Haezer (Kannibalen Records 2014)
  • Revolt (Kannibalen Records 2014)
  • The Craving with Kai Wachi (Kannibalen Records 2014)
  • Rockers with Astronaut (Kannibalen Records 2015)
  • Religion with Lektrique (Kannibalen Records 2015)
  • Numbers (Kannibalen Records 2015)
  • Break with Dabin (Kannibalen Records 2015)
  • Mountains (Kannibalen Records 2016)
  • Face Down (Kannibalen Records 2016)
  • Hell Motel (Kannibalen Records 2017)
  • Lions with Yookie (Kannibalen Records 2017)
  • Zombie with Panther (Kannibalen Records 2018)
  • Hacker with Blanke (Kannibalen Records 2019)[4]
  • Download the Future (Kannibalen Records 2019)[5]
  • Everything with Tmrrw (Kannibalen Records 2019)
  • Spiders with Yookie (Kannibalen Records 2019)[6]

Remixes[edit]

  • Dabin - "Electropolitics" (Kannibalen Records 2012)
  • Rage Against The Machine - "Sleep Now in the Fire" (2015)
  • Black Tiger Sex Machine - "Rezorecta VIP" (Kannibalen Records 2017)
  • Kai Wachi - "Demons" (Kannibalen Records 2017)
  • Excision and Illenium featuring Shallows - "Gold (Stupid Love)" (2019)[7]

Appearing on[edit]

  • Kannibalen Christmas Stocking (Kannibalen Records 2011)
  • Free Flesh (Kannibalen Records 2015)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Codd, Nathan. "KANNIBALEN'S GREAT BASS RESCUE: A LABEL BORN TO SAVE HEAVY MUSIC". LessThan3. LessThan3. Retrieved 21 December 2015.
  2. ^ Edgerly, Brett. "Behind The Scenes With Black Tiger Sex Machine". Your EDM. Your EDM. Retrieved 21 December 2015.
  3. ^ House, Madison. "Black Tiger Sex Machine". Madison House. Madison House. Retrieved 21 December 2015.
  4. ^ "Hacker by Black Tiger Sex Machine, Blanke on Spotify". Spotify. Retrieved 20 March 2019.
  5. ^ "Download the Future - Single by Black Tiger Sex Machine on iTunes". iTunes Store. Retrieved 20 March 2019.
  6. ^ Meadow, Matthew (11 October 2019). "Black Tiger Sex Machine & Yookie team up for spooky banger, 'Spiders'". Your EDM. Retrieved 18 October 2019.
  7. ^ "Apex: The Remixes by Excision on Apple Music". iTunes Store. Retrieved 23 August 2019.