Editor’s Choice 16
[15.07.2021. Content warning: an article published by J.-H. Kabuiku on July 9th 2021 points out Dominick Fernow’s consistent links with metal and noise artists, bands, labels and productions using pedophilia and sexual violence imagery, listing a number of regular collaborators explicitly affiliated with National Socialism and white power ideology. More on this here]
What’s that? You want to know what’s been going in our ears this week, reverberating our cochleas and sending broader vibrations throughout our bodies and by extension our audio-addled souls? That’s a coincidence: here’s this week’s Editor’s Choice.~ Photo: Michael Aniser
Michael Lutz (Duty Editor Electronic Beats Magazine)
Silent Servant – Negative Fascination
From the sleeve notes: “We are mutations of the modern age. Freedom is at will always and forever.”
AJ Samuels (Senior Print Editor)
Vatican Shadow – Jordan Descent (Drvg Cvltvre Remix)
Slow acid tech-house remix of Dominick Fernow by Dutch producer DRVG CVLTVRE.
Terrence Dixon – The Auto Factory
Driving, grainy, intuitive, Detroit. Off Dixon’s new double LP Far From The Future Pt. 2 (Tresor).
Louise Brailey (Editor)
Zomby – Devils
Yes, everyone’s favourite tight fade-sporting Twitter provocateur has released a new track, for free. Short and relentless, it’s jungle techno that sounds like it spurted from some toxic slipstream in the hardcore continuum.
Sam Willis – Foxglissandro
One half of Allez Allez and another half of Walls, Sam Willis is striking out on his own with his debut LP Winterval, released via Half Machine. By all means, use its new age pads a blissed-out arpeggios to repair the tear in your psychic hull caused by the track above.
Moritz Gayard (Online Duty Editor)
Kuhrye-oo – Give in (For the Fame) [Boody & Le1f Remix]
Kuhrye-oo is an offshoot of Gobble Gobble, here helmed solo by the Edmonton group’s Calvin McElroy. Epic.
Bloksberg – Tækno
Their Soundcloud teaser text: But FUCK that. Bloksberg plays TÆKNO. Either you’re cool and get it or you don’t. It doesn’t matter much anyway. BLOKSBERG rules, OK? Okay.
Published October 16, 2012.