Release Date: 31st July 2020
Hearse are back with their 3rd emission and there’s no letting up. Another cluster of dark electro tracks from some great producers. First up is Miami’s Exzakt & BFX collaborating for the electro bass stormer ‘Raw’. Next we have Hamburg’s Kluentah serving up the bunker style ‘Jungle Juice’. On the B side is Gothenburg’s electro don Luke Eargoggle with acid electro beast ‘Olympia’ and closing the ep is the mysterious Amboss with a track that’s like a crack to the face with a bream ‘I want to live in my car’. You know the drill, 300 copies, screen printed sleeve. Once they’re gone they’re gone.
a1. Exzakt & BFX - Raw
a2. Kluentah - Jungle Juice
b1. Luke Eargoggle - Olympia
b2. Amboss - I Want To Live In My Car
Release Date: 6th December 2019
Hearse return with their second output and is worth the wait. Dutchman Cosmic Force kicks off the A side with Suckers Divide, a brutal slice of vocodered darkness only he can do. Bulgarian industrialist MANASYt makes a welcome return after a few years off with his track Sister Ping sounding like hornets on acid ready to attack. Tobias Schmidt adopts his Secret State alias for the B side with his anthemic Dominant Narrative, fast paced and derranged machine madness. Brassica finishes the ep off with 0898666420, an electro psychedelia vocoder drum ensemble. Think cylob on mushrooms and you’re almost there.
Again it comes in a beautiful screen printed sleeve. 300 for the world. Don’t sleep.
a1. Cosmic Force - Suckers Divide
a2. Manasyt - Sister Ping
b1. Secret State - Dominant Narrative
b2. Brassica - 0898666420
Release Date - 24th May 2019
What have we here? A new label from UK electro stalwart Cestrian no doubt. This first ep kicks off in style with a heavy line up and some dark bangers to boot. 4 tracks of dark menacing electro with a collab from Si Begg & Neil Landstrumm to start proceedings. The vocoder on this is one is pretty intense to say the least! 2nd track on the A side is a cool track from the Exaltics with the memorable 00045.00.2 . Side B slows down the bpm’s in precision ebm style with none other than The Hacker under his Amato alias. Finishing the ep off is Dutch maestro DJ Overdose who delivers a dark slab of neg vibe with the aptly entitled Industry Repeats. Very nice ep. Comes with a cool screen print too. If you like your electro dark then this is for you. Only 300 made so don’t sleep.
a1. Si Begg and Neil Lanstrumm - The Pusher
a2. The Exaltics - 00045.00.2
b1. Amato - Sueur et Poussière
b2. DJ Overdose - Industry Repeats