RIYL: dark techno

Label: Always Human Tapes

Buried has a cover that makes me want to go out on a limb to interpret its meaning, but it seems interpreting art is almost pointless without intimately knowing the individual who crafts the piece. With its barebones achromatic color scheme, a clear cassette, and a black sheet covering the torso of a nude mannequin, perhaps this is just a stylistic choice or a message to only focus on the music – I have no idea. What the tape has to offer is more than enough to satiate the pallet, however, with its ritualistic bass drums (and percussion) that could fit at a seance or a seedy nightclub and synth notes with enough artifacts to start a museum. Between those two (of many) elements, you’ll have enough “food” for the senses to negate the need for a pretty album presentation. This is par for the course concerning dark techno, of course. You also  You could hit up the club with this, but it’d probably be more reverent to just light a candle in a dark room and watch the flame ebb and sway with the pulse of the subwoofers. Listen to Buried below via the Bandcamp player and see what you think of it. Cheers!

The Details

Includes unlimited streaming of Buried via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

Price $7

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