Our first release of 2016 welcomes new blood A Vengeance to our label, and with them comes their debut release ANTENNAE. No platitudes and descriptors here, instead six stark tracks for your ears displeasure.
“Mya Gravis & Ana Carcinoma are A Vengeance. An industrial noise duo from two separate industrial wastelands in Britain. Ana and Mya could be anyone, they are simply infected carriers of the Signal, given to them by the Antennae. That is all.”
The pair are a formidable live act, ripe for booking.
Objekt (PAN, Leisure System, Hessle Audio)
"Yeah man! I like the A1 and A2 a lot :) thanks for sending!"Ancient Methods (Ancient Methods, Hands Productions, Sonic Groove)
"I really like the Lag + Forest People track"OAKE (Downwards)
"Loving this! Really do! A1 (Vacated) is absolutely stunning. I'm bouncing up and down in my office chair right now. I think that one is my favourite. But all in all the release is great. "Orphx (Sonic Groove, Hands Productions, Hymen)
"Yeah, thanks again for that EP. I liked it all (except maybe the B2) but the A2 was my fav - killer track. Hope to use it for a mix when I have time to make another one."Bas Mooy (Mord, Planet Rhythm, Mote-Evolver)
"Lag + Forest People's track is my pick"Truss (Avian, Perc Trax, R&S Records)
"Lag and Vacated tracks are both great. Very strong EP overall."Israel Vines (Eye Teeth, Borrowed Language)
"Hot EP all the way 'round, but my favourites are the Lag + Forest People and Ruins cuts. Super ace those two."Coefficient (Duality, Labrynth, M_REC)
"A nice varied EP this one. Will play the Lag + Forest People track the most. Also like the deepness of the Matt TdK track too. Good stuff!"Dronelock (Shadow Story, Weekend World)
"EP is great."Jesse Somfay (Borealis) (Detroit Underground, Origami Sound)
"I have just had a full listen of the EP and I think it’s very nice work. I preferred the more abstract A Side tracks overall."Data Transmission02.04.2015"Mechanistic Overlap, the latest vinyl print from, underground cult label/radio station/blog Darkfloor Sound is a beastly slab of dirty techno influenced madness from five distinctly different, but aesthetically similar artists. And when a record gets big thumbs up from Objekt you know you are onto a winner.Vacated’s ‘RM2 (re-edit)’ - a filthy, dancefloor infusion of Akkord-esque drum patterns that have been dragged through a hedge backwards, Perc and Truss style distortion treatments, washes of reverb soaked industrial atmospherics and a hard, repetitive, subtly modulated bassline that will properly merk up any dance."