Inspired by Scottish institutions Rubadub and Club 69, Projective Vision‘s Apocalypse EP is something of a time capsule to clubland circa ’94. Giving us trippy, wormhole techno, the A-side was straight peak-time euphoria, and in keeping with those times, they bottled up an essence of the chill-out room on the flip.

The side project of a David Gray, Patti Smith and David Bowie collaborator and the founder of iconic underground label Holistic Recordings, Projective Vision’s Iestyn Polson and Steve Dungey only worked together across two EPs. Those didgeridoo samples heard on their other release seem questionable in 2021, but the subject of a Transmigration Records reissue, ‘Apocalypse’ stands the test of time.

Apocalypse is out now on Transmigration Records | Buy it here

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