Following up to Cassegrain & Tin Man’s ‘Window Window‘ and Post Scriptum’s first album ‘Post Scriptum 01‘ released last year, Function’s imprint Infrastructure New York is set to break 2016 in with the label’s debut 15-track compilation and box set ‘Facticity‘ due out in June.
Featuring a high-flying cast of producers including Stroboscopic Artefacts mainstay Rrose, Dial staple Efdemin, Cassegrain, Tin Man, Vatican Shadow, label heads Function, Inland and more… the four-part ‘Facticity‘ showcases Infrastructure New York’s wide-ranging 4/4 vistas, spinning a narrative ranging from lush, ambient electronics and post-club diversions, to contemporary club techno and back again.
Today we’re glad to present Post Scriptum’s contribution ‘Donbelief‘. The faceless producer descends into the nether regions of evil-minded dubby techno, dishing out an infamous 4/4 roller for stranded dungeons and big-room sound systems. Don’t trust these sensuous female vocals beaconing the path like frail flares, you’re being sent into the lion’s den.
Facticity is scheduled for release on 13th June 2016 via Infrastructure New York, order a copy from Juno.
A1 Campbell Irvine – Dislocation Is Only The Beginning
A2 Vatican Shadow – Swords Over Paradise
B1 Rrose – Cephalon
B2 Cassegrain & Tin Man – Polyacid Blue
C1 Inland – Acidalia
C2 Post Scriptum – ISDAT
D1 Steve Bicknell – Passage Through Darkness
D2 Cleric – Concrete
E1 Blue Hour – Averting
E2 Function – Low Lights & Trick Mirrors
F1 Efdemin – Kassiber
F2 Post Scriptum – Donbelief
G Cassegrain & Tin Man – Open Sea
H1 Function/Inland – Colwyn Bay
H2 Silent Servant – End / Optimism
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