8 Tracks Of: Electro Meets Acid with Posthuman

Analogue machinery and rugged material purpose built to bang the face off of a club.

8 Tracks Of: Electro Meets Acid with Posthuman

Analogue machinery and rugged material purpose built to bang the face off of a club.

Josh Doherty and Rich Bevan are familiar faces amidst the outback of the London nightlife scene, together they collaborate under the guise of Posthuman - a unit which has reinvigorated acid house in the capital and brought new life into the genre.

Sweaty, moody, basement vibes are their first love and the I Love Acid club nights have become a staple of dance music in London. They also work tirelessly behind the scenes at Balkan Vinyl, a record label which they use to showcase the best in rough and rugged dance music having been responsible for releasing music by the likes of Mark Archer, Perseus Traxx, Cardopusher, Luke Vibert and many others. 

As a production outfit Posthuman is as robust and forward thinking as they come, analogue machinery and rugged material purpose built to bang the face off of a club. 

In recent times both electro and acid have seen a resurgence and it is very apt that these two are the ones to guide us through the very best...


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Dez Williams - Interference Pattern

Flips between broken electro beats and 4-to-the-floor acid techno bizness, with a proper snarling 303 line that keeps shapeshifting throughout. Belter. Out on Bass Agenda.

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