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HATE COLOURS ‘signal’

Apr 1, 2021 | Electronica, Reviews

Welcome to the machine

Welcome to the machine. An industrial landscape of pulsating alien sounds and sinister electronica, traversing a perilous urban dystopia cloaked in monochrome murkiness. As you become accustomed to the journey, your peripheral vision adjusts, revealing a lingering chiaroscuro lapping at the edges of your mind.

In depths. we take a nocturnal cross city dash under a mist of sodium vapour lighting. A shadowy figure is audible above the machines to only heighten your growing dread. It’s not until the last leg of your ordeal during astoria. do you witness organic life soundtracked by swirls of kaleidoscopic piano pitched against the eternal twilight.

A fascinating album revealing further discoveries for the curious, and those with a thirst for tomorrow.

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