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GORESHIT & HITORI TORI ‘Misdirection’

Apr 30, 2021 | Beats, Reviews

Breakcore architects building bridges across the globe

This album is a bullet train blazing through a Bladerunner cityscape. It’s Squarepusher on a ‘I’m up for it’ kind of day. Two buddies egging each other on during a coasteering challenge to go higher. Goreshit (UK) and Hitori Tori (Canada) don’t hold back on this split album. The broken beaks fracture into swarms of spiralling melodies and fizzle as the next avalanche descends. Breakcore architects building bridges across the globe. Massive.

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