|1.||"Drone Strike" (5:51)|
|2.||"Computer Controlled" (5:32)|
|1.||"Drone Strike" (Specter remix) (8:03)|
|2.||"You Will All Die Alone & Unloved" (5:59)|
Mord affiliate Charlton and one half of legendary 65D Mavericks Nick Dunton inaugurate their new Poverty Is Violence imprint with a release by man of the moment Vincent Koremann aka Drvg Culture. He does something different for a change on this release; gritty, analogue, slow-mo electro jams he's usually known for are replaced by some stomping techno workouts. "Drone Strike" is exactly that; layer upon layer of analogue synths resonate and modulate on top of each other endlessly atop of a stomping 909 beat while the relentless and cavernous beat of "Computer Controlled" is the kind of track you could expect playing peak time in an abandoned warehouse. The Specter remix of "Drone Strike" on the flip is indebted to early Plastikman (not a bad thing at all!) and finally he confirms all our fears with the charmingly titled "You Will All Die Alone & Unloved" which sounds more like the Koreman we all know on this rusty, dusty, slow techno groove.
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