Following a pair of well-received releases on Lobster Theremin, and a 2013 LP for Farbwechsel, Hungarian producer Imre Kiss has announced the release of a new four-track extended player due out via LT’s sub-label Mörk. ‘Strangers‘ is said to reinterpret “themes and styles from Bristolian bass and post-dubstep introspection to Drexciya-esque precision and 90s interstellar rave“.
Hailing from Budapest, Imre Kiss is credited with helping to “spearhead the region’s renaissance” by opening the country’s first-ever Boiler Room; launching Crisis Sound System with Aiwa and S. Olbricht; holding a residency at LÄRM; and taking his unique sound to renowned clubs such as Culture Box, Panorama Bar and Corsica Studios.
Strangers is released via Mörk on 23rd March, pre-order a copy from Lobster Theremin.
A2. She Moves Through Fire
B1. You And Me Are The Same
B2. No Turning Back