In the positively disturbing titular opener Duvell, Petrosino combines walls of dense noise, short bursts of claps and alarming bleeps with acid-soaked kicks, creating a sensation of being on bumpy ride to a hospital, while lying half-conscious, hooked to heart-rate indicators that are going crazy. As the ride to the hospital reaches conclusion, time comes for a cranial surgery: in Enable, abrasive open hats and samples of breathing ghosts cross with wildly arpeggiated acid basslines, all running above mind-numbing, reverberated kicks that pause for short periods of time in order to leave the listener with a few healthy brain cells. Reworking Duvell, Luciano Lamanna pulled no punches-warped acid coats the kicks all the more, and with evident EBM inclinations this rearrangement will work at either side of the fence, be it the techno session or a body music event of the highest order. Lastly, Blasted gives Enable a little restrain and some significant syncopation, accentuating high range and reprogramming the kicks to run in pairs.
Available as Digital
Release Date: 17 July 2017