Ahead of the release of his blaring debut vinyl release, ‘Black Helicopters’, due out early November on Manchester’s Natural Sciences, we caught up with the Richmond-based producer Agnarkea to discuss the makings of the album and his vision of modern America and conspiracy theories.
Due out shortly on Manchester’s Natural Sciences, Brenecki’s new four-tracker finds him melding a dashing techno stomp with deep dubby moves, ankle-twisting breaks and Detroit-style electroid pulsations. If the Serbian-born, New York-based producer’s previous instalments drew a dynamic and coherent, although sometimes monochromatic picture of him as a producer, ‘Esoteric Body Music’ reveals an artist at his most diverse and versatile.
African Ghost Valley are a bold and ambitious duo formed by Childe Grangier and Gabriel Ghebrezghi. They go unparalleled when it comes to carving out harsh, immersive drones and battered ambient scapes. Ahead of the release of their new record on Natural Sciences we caught up the duo for an in-depth chat and premiere new track “North”.
Described by its main operator Alex Hall as a “communication tool for emerging mutants“, Manchester’s number one dolphinarium Natural Sciences has quite an obvious appetite for all things
There’s a strong smell of heated metal, beastly musk and burnt electronic components going through Texan-born, Berlin-based producer Textasy‘s rabid debut ‘Off The Leash‘, out on 24th April via
Effusive acid heater ‘Inner Skill’ roots deep into off-kilter psychotropic grounds. Interlocking helter-skelter 303 lines with screeching keyboards gone astray, it’s a frantic safari ride across a lost mystic jungle ; colours and shapes flickering dangerously as the rhythm revs up and totemic percussions hammer out a fierce archaic pulse. Savage.
’04RW’ is a track that brews together shuffling chicagoan rhythms and etheral pads with a pinch of vocals getting squeezed down in a pulp of tape-saturated, dust and hiss jumble, whispering its bizarre dancefloor gospel across the grain. Fast-beating percussions and unruly hats run the voodoo down for good.