The producer unveiled "Unit Signals" earlier this week, his first full length album following previous releases on the likes of Timedance and Hessle Audio. The new LP is rough and ready, blending elements percussion with harsh, gritty textures and soundscapes which makes for a wholeheartedly heavy listening experience. His signing to Ron Morelli's label seems fitting and apt for an artist very much on the rise. On this record he blends his roots in UK dance culture alongside his tastes in industrial and experimental music.
The release is described as follows:
"Rhythmically taking influence from elements of broken beats, soundsystem music and organic percussion as opposed to a straighter Techno template, 'Unlit Signals' captures the visceral energy that is much needed and often missing in genres at the forefront of the dance music world.
Moreso this LP is reflective of the grim state of current social climates, and the artist's experiences looking for the darker, introspective ends when hitting the nightclubs. Heads down as opposed to hands up, Unlit Signals puts forth an ominous sonic dread that works the system with texture, low end and militant drum play."
The album is out on the 29th of October.
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