Worked and re-worked over the past year, Shredded Nerve’s output is only gaining in depth and distress. Justin Lakes has further shattered the pieces left of this project and built it into something new. A definitive piece of the puzzle. Edition of 100.
This EP contains two new pieces from Oil Thief, created in the process of completing the new LP “The Colony” (out later this year on Chondritic Sound). These two pieces, Phobos and Foibles, were integral to the ideas behind the record and refining of technique, but were ultimately phased out of the track list as new pieces crystallized. A misshapen view of things to come, neither here nor there, still sounding like Oil Thief but not indicative of the full-length to come. Edition of 100.
Australia’s BEAD offers up four tracks of minimal, doom-laden acid techno recorded live in the studio on analog hardware. Classic sounds with a dirty, nihilistic vibe; raw electronics soaked in atmosphere. Edition of 100.
The three compositions on Old Dominion are hymns to a birthplace, with portions recorded throughout 2014-2016 in a period of consecutive relocation. Ecstatic, organic, expansive and wistful electronics created in the search for something called home. Mastered by Eric Trude. Edition of 100.
After years of dormancy, Birthright returns with two tracks of vitriolic power electronics. “Soft Pig”, a diatribe ridiculing opportunists and the transactionalisation of all things, is presented here in two unique arrangements. Grinding analog electronics bury barked voice, shrouded in muted and caustic atmospheres. Edition of 18.