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Daze - VV 020
VV 020
12" | 2016 | US | Original (Valcrond Video US)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Daze's track "Compton" (LT012) was one of the best things of 2015. "Slums of Grand Central" is built from those same guts, transposed in a more wistful direction. This is an ideal mood cue soundtrack for high school cafeteria outcasts. On the B side , Torn Hawk builds a typically melodic lace-space out of shreds of the original track. Then a scumbag named Decor runs "Slums of Grand Central" through a rented chipper/shredder for a fun and sludgy defacement . He returns the shredder to Home Depot, destroyed, held together with artisanal twine and duct tape.
Daze - Longhorn
12" | 2015 | UK | Original (Lobster Theremin)
11,69 €* 12,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Taking a purely scorched-earth approach to production, Longhorn finds Daze on typically reverent but ever-more pounding form. Pushing the limits of acceptable lo-fi techno and crushing everything underfoot into one bass-addled debris-strewn mush.Title track 'Longhorn' bends and contorts metal, steadily melting surfaces at 2000°C heat, cooking and roasting against a background of charred industrial drones. 'Tool' is the roller, stuck somewhere between the warehouses of Detroit and Berlin and harnessing probably the most rubber kick drum known to man. Dusting off the cerebral pounding is 'Oil Rig'. A muffled, dissonant chime reflecting on our pillaging of the Earth, our unrelenting ambition for natural destruction, forming a breakneck dystopian chant for the new world.
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