Screeching sirens had woken her in the middle of the night, and now she sat perched at the window peering nosily out of her curtains. The street below had been cordoned off with thick tape and a white tent had been set up a little further down the path. She couldn't make out exactly what was going on amongst the sea of uniformed men and haze of blue and red flashing lights, but she knew it wasn't good. It wasn't good at all.
Athens-based producer Anatolian Weapons has been churning out the releases thick and fast, the next of which lands on Milanese imprint Marguerite Records. Marking the 9th release on the label, following a series of V/A releases and an instalment from Raw Ambassador and Antonio, the three originals on Blood On The Pavement are inspired by an imagined, distorted crime scene. Navigating industrial and EBM, from a trippy 303 workout to a stripped down version, backed up on the flip by two reworks from Nashville artist Daniel Holt.
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