With FracTAL’s Analogue Assassin EP, Dubliner Dave Hayden (Alias Roguefrequency) delivers four Acid/Techno bangers openly displaying industrial influences. Jerked off sturdy analog gear, the solid 808, 909, 4/4 rythmics is skirmished by cavelike 303 acidic patterns. Rearguard consists of sunless modular synths and gritty atmospheric drones. As a certificate of choice, the release has already been supported by DJ’s such as Unwelt, Errorbeauty & AnD.
Like always on Kromatones, it’s limited to 300 copies pressed on 140gr. 12″ vinyls coming coloured, this time with transparent blue. So, obivously we got here some rather stealth yet smashing tactical cruise sonic machine!
On this 12″ album engraved on 140gr. black wax, the two Benelux rave veterans, X&Trick and Drvg Cvltvre are heading back towards hangarsploitation yet without forgetting modern navigation techniques. Black metal and punk multiple faced artist Vincent Koreman’s (Alias Ra-x) vessel totes two low tempo tracks that are dropping doomish, grainy, noisey and caustic drums constellated with distorded and reverberated subterranean squeeking TB’s howls.
Slightly faster and sprouting out of a rather recent analog ship, the two pieces from Bug Klinik’s overlord are yielding cold, severe and daring drum programmation while some of the purest hooverish neo rave secretions are poured over and tightened through sick TB’s laments. Be sure this wave torpedo is ready to stick high voltage in your Technics’ needle!
For Brainstem Casino’s take off, strictly hardware voyager *Sour* generated «Quantum Process», an EP that comprises four, rather spartan yet not the current I-put-three-sounds-so-it’s-minimal, haunting and deepseated downtempo tracks. The first segment of the (limited to 300 copies) 12″, 140gr. polyvinyl chloride chunk, which extends to 9:22 minutes commences with muffled and fathomless pads. Then a three steps acidish build up subtely incises through like a reptilian sword coming out of an another dimension. The next track is in a similar vein, however, uplifted presence of cowbells and tight repetitive drums sways towards a house/funk guidance. Side B’s a staggering 12:19 minutes crepuscular descent into crying structures referencing to 90’s sci-fi universes. Additionally coming along with the digital download, is a downreaching, abysmal ambient track called «Cleavage». Yes, either in your confortable conapt or in a decaying, technological dystopian, space-cargo style gig, this will drive your audience to definitive brain melting!