170 / Cardigan of Wasps – Goreshit Roadkill

Insane, damaged, schizophrenic. Cardigan of Wasps takes a turn for even darker waters in the filthy noise-industrial mechanical monstrosity Goreshit Roadkill. The five unconventional remixes on this EP hack the original song to pieces, reassembling its remaining flesh and bones into beautiful depictions of ugliness.

Sakura Swarm: concept, composition, synth, bass, mix, artwork, additional percussion
o terceiro invisível: percussion, additional ambience
Dr. Decker: plugs & pedals, arpy stringed instruments, chuggy bits
April Anthrax: saliva
Studio Ersatz: ear-splitting noise

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164 / Cardigan of Wasps – Rose Red

Industrial/electronic supergroup Cardigan of Wasps arrives with debut maxi-single Rose Red, featuring a stinging new song along with an experimental remix from every member of the band, each of which twists the title track in an entirely new direction.

Sakura Swarm: concept, composition, synth, bass, mix, artwork
o terceiro invisível: percussion
Dr. Decker: guitar, additional percussion
April Anthrax: voice, lyrics

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148 / circle of squares

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from the now derilict fine worsted mills of huddersfield, west yorkshire, comes circle of squares.
we have, sir sidney rough diamond on beat duties, lofi earnie playing dominos and the fist of cheese throwing shapes in the corner.
BOOM SHANKA!
LETS GO!
music to dance and chill to.
music to laugh and cry to.
music sweet music.

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064 / Katarrhaktes: Pareidolia

The third entry in Katarrhaktes’ string of solo EPs, Pareidolia continues the discourse of the fantastic with eight new tracks which reflect upon ancient texts, delusions of self, and the uprising of counter-culture as extended metaphors for our relationship with the unexplained.

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