Nowadays, you might associate triangles in a song or band name with witch house but Richard Harrow, instead of bringing you woozy electronica, brings throbbing and pulsing acid techno. Decks comes through again with having stock left over from this year’s Record Store Day – an international celebration that only grows in attendants each year. This sounds like something that could’ve come out of acid house/techno’s heyday in the late 80s/early 90s, but this sounds colder than its ancestors. Maybe that fireman up in the top right corner of the record sleeve is Harrow and that raging fire is acid techno. Harrow douses the flames with low fidelity and a filthy drum machine. It’s almost minimalistic, with its space emphasized by the white noise, but its presence is anything but. This is a song fitting for those times you’re at the club with your face so drenched in sweat it looks you jumped out of the shower straight to the dance floor. Listen to “∆ÇÎ∂ H∆MM€R” below via the SoundCloud stream and see what you think of it. Cheers!

The Details


Single sided RSD2015 release, limited to 500 copies.

Price $15.65

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