‘Fantasma’ takes it's cue from early sample fetishists Yello, a compelling, sensual and rather muscular piece of industrial house music underpinned with a series of mesmerising, cavernous breakdowns. This is the sound of a ride on the worlds biggest ghost train, the ultimate drug for morbid thrill seekers.
‘The Natives Are Having Us For Dinner Tonight’ drops the the tempo, but maintains the intensity. Militant 21st century exotica, heavily percussive fourth world music , an atonal hymn to found sounds and lost souls. A track very much inspired by Nathan's marathon DJ sets at Salon Des Amauters, the cult club in Dussledorf, home to one of the most legendarily open-minded dancefloors on the planet.
Finally, ‘Latin Sex Change’ melds a primitive drum machine with the sound of metal on metal, while mechanically altered vocal elements assist in creating a brutal and robust DJ tool, bringing aspects of EBM, early Chicago House and exotica to the fore once again.
Featuring a shocking pink redux of Will Sweeney’s distinctive artwork on the sleeve, ‘Fantasma’ arrives in all good record shops on Friday 28th August, followed by a digital release on Friday 4th September.