So I’m very glad to be able to announce this (free) release that has come out today on British imprint ‘Digital Distortions’, a label I have been fond of for a couple of years. If dig deep into this sites archives you will see tracks from Cursor Miner, Ion Driver, Blackmass Plastics, T-Polar or even Radio RdF contributors Charlton and Black Smith Craft.
As the label name suggests, it’s a distorted affair. 5 tracks of sonic rape. If there ever is a context in which rape should have a positive meaning, this is it. Maybe not my best play on words considering how a police chief views rape in India.
I do feel the need to digress on one of the tracks. Dogma nr.2/The Kick is the continuation of the work I have put in on my third album from last year.
When I was asked to perform live at the Museum of Fine Arts in Ghent, I really wanted to add the vibe of the original ‘Doubt pt2/Is of Importance (Dogma nr.1)’ track but felt the track needed some serious reworking. In the end I was very satisfied by it and have used that recording for this release after giving it a final brushing. Besides that the release consists of 4 other rattling and rumbling tracks.
This Sunday I will be playing a dj set for Digital Distortions radio show called BRAWLcast to promote the release. The Show is on at 23:00 and I will be playing during the whole two hours long slot. I plan on playing all tracks from this release. The show will be archived and downloadable for your smartphone/mp3thingie pleasure.
That is all.