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Swirling, astrally projected Harsh Noise Ambience from Poland’s own Purist. The first of these two tracks builds from very low swells of tone, barely present sound building residually into a stocatto Pulse assault, shimmering tones hammering you in random patterns. The second track follows a similar path, drawing a sombre Drone to it’s logical, destructive conclusion, waves breaking from the Aube-like Harsh Ambience into a distant siren call of distortion. Ghostly, abstract, beautiful. Field recordings woven into the fabric of Noise add a spectral, weird element, making these pieces intimate and enveloping. Intangible Noise. A most engaging listening experience.

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Weird 30XX tape release. Hyped club music from a dark, distant reality. Trill space daemons feasting on your soul, making mix tapes of awful Internet Trap while they torture your useless carbonised flesh-vessel in an inter-dimensional chapel of ghouls. Yung Pazuzu got too lit, it would seem. Lots of cuts and breaks, distorted samples playing over click Traps and repetitive gameboy-isn melodies. Maybe, in a weird way, this is the most ‘approachable’ 30XX release… woah. Deep.

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Collection of unreleased 30XX tracks released posthumously I think. 30XX has always been a very engaging projet to me, combining lots of styles, sounds and asthetics from other media that I enjoy. Goreman’s 30XX is singular, pure and in a way perfect. These tracks feature plenty of collaborations, and cover groud from digitally sourced Noise, freakout Gabber, Speedcore, Goregrind, Gorenoise, Darkwave and others, and do so with deft ability; combining into a hyper-defined singularity of digital destruction. Live drums, Drum Machine blast beats, reverse Gore churn Vocal, hyped thumping Bass pulses, occasional J-Pop parts, samples, dive-bomb solos, Gore spewing, introverted, Cyberpunk, Internet-genre abusing madness. This actually makes a good introduction to 30XX’s weird alternate reality take on all the sounds they meddle(d) in. Essential.

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