Rabit's 'Industrial Fusion' Out Now On Ninja Tune

Gruesome industrial hell music for people who hate people

Rabit's 'Industrial Fusion' Out Now On Ninja Tune

Gruesome industrial hell music for people who hate people

After getting the nu-grime community excited with his sickly, brutal take on the sound of London's estates, Rabit has joined forces with Dedekind Cut (aka jungle experimentalist Lee Bannon) to create a 4 track EP of modern industrial nightmares. Out today through Ninja Tune, the R&D EP is most definitely not dance music. Unless you're Jigsaw from Saw, who we can quite easily imagine performing a slow waltz to R&D, possibly whilst pulping a strangers cheek bones in a Nutri-Bullet. 

You can listen to Mary-Anne Hobbs dropping the EPs lead track below - we're going to give her the honoury John Peel discordia award for managing to fit it into a show that also included the Specials, Janet Jackson and South London Ordinance..

 

Listen to the rest of R&D and bag yourself a copy over on the Ninja Tune site.

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