BNJMN Vinyl, CD & tapes by BNJMN at Norman Records
A collaboration between Ben Thomas (BNJMN) and Kevin Palmer (Best Available Technology) which has been years in the making. Thomas and Palmer have been swapping files for some time now, resulting in an 11-track vinyl LP (with download card) that illustrates the engaging commonalities between their respective aesthetics. Pulses, blips, crackles and pads combine to birth a strain of electronic music that is invested with warmth and soul as well as smarts.
The first release on fledgling label BRACK features a chunky slab of gritty techno from label owner BNJMN. Heralded by the likes of Ben UFO, Daniel Avery and Blawan, Berlin-based British artist BNJMN punches through the soundfield with cold repetition and a hidden acid squelch. Out on vinyl 12” from BRACK.
London based record label Technicolour sees the return of BNJMN with ‘IV’, following releases on Rush Hour and Stolen Kisses. Comprised of three distinct off kilter techno tracks, this 12” showcases BNJMN’s talent for the experimental side of the genre. Housed with new artwork, Technicolour make a surprise turn with this release.
180g vinyl in reverse board house bag.