Mutant acid, darkroom EBM, a “no-nonsense diva-sampling club banger” and plenty more…
Anton Klint of Public Possession and Tryck & Ton fame taking on some mutant acid from everyone’s favourite tin foil mask-wearing misfits, Frak. The original featured on a iDEAL Recordings reissue in 2014 and the Swedish label have been kind enough to host Klint’s update as a free download.
Those lovely guys over at the Ransom Note are giving away “a barnstorming no-nonsense diva-sampling club banger” from Dixon Avenue Basement Jams mainstay, Fear-E. Word is the Glaswegian producer has no fewer than 4 releases due in 2018 so keep those eyes peeled.
Most fans will probably know Philippe Halais by his Low Jack alias, but the French producer was at his weirdest and most challenging on a (fairly) recent PRR! PRR! release. Debauched experiments rooted in EBM and industrial, it’s a few months old but you can still download the full digital offering and buy the physical record. Featured below, the darkroom ordnance of ‘Rejekto Power! (Zuid Edit)’ is our pick without a doubt.
Some “big room emo-tech” getting quite the transformation, courtesy of Italo and new wave obsessives Super Drama. The original most certainly isn’t our sort of thing so plenty of respect to the SD guys for switching it up.
Broken, luminescent techno that wouldn’t be out of place on the Night Slugs series, Club Constructions. There’s plenty more where this came from so check the Berliner’s Soundcloud page if you’re a fan.