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Lakker
Época

Lakker are back(er) on R&S with their third LP for the famed dance music label. Época finds the Irish duo doubling down on the murky, unsettling club style that they showed off on their last release, 2017 mixtape Die Vergangenheit, Die Gegenwart, Die Zukunft. The juxtaposition of distorted atmospherics with pummelling kick drums on Época cuts like ‘A Whisper In Your Ear’ recalls Ziur and Rabit.
  • Vinyl LP (RS1903)
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Eomac
Bedouin Trax

Producer Eomac worked with extensive samples of Arabic-origin music sent to them by the group Bedouin. We’ve seen a few such projects over the years, but Eomac’s attitude to the source material presents this from being a tokenistic set of pieces. Bedouin Trax engages more deeply than that, and it sounds fantastic. Double LP.

Eomac
Reconnect

After a quiet 2017, Eomac returns with an LP that will either give you energy or send you insane. Drawing on Autechre, hardcore jungle, IDM, doom-techno and a bunch of other stuff your dad doesn’t think is ‘real music’, the eleven tracks of Reconnect are super-uncompromising and very arresting. Makes a lot of contemporary electronica that is sometimes described as ‘out-there’ look like Ed Sheeran. Enter at your peril.

Arad
The Glimpse

Dara Smith, one half of Irish electronic duo, Lakker has made a solo EP under the name of Arad. The Glimpse features six tracks of synth stabs, vocoder soaked vocals and beats. Here we find yet another artist making a record decrying the state of the world today but as Aldous Huxley said, “Perhaps it’s good to suffer. Can an artist do anything if he’s happy?” 6 Track 12” EP on Bedouin Records
  • Vinyl 12" (BDN017)
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Eomac
One Spirit

On One Spirit, Emoac may lazily bring about Burial comparisons due to the distinctly processed drum lines keeping time. On these two tracks however, it's clear there's more at stake. Arpeggios and grinding swells of mid range bass produce a harshness, whilst vocal snippets add a dramatic, solemn atmosphere.
  • Vinyl 10" (BAS001)
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Lakker
Eris Harmonia EP

With records out on Blueprint, Stroboscopic Artefacts, and a slew of releases on R&S the Dublin based two piece Lakker move to Eotrax for their new EP. Dark ambient, techno and experimental they mix elements of Emptyset, Arca, and Autechre, bringing you into their cold, desolate and chaotic world.
  • Vinyl 12" (ETX003)
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Eomac
Temple Of The Jaguar

So the story is that techno producer Eomac (half of duo Lakker) goes to Teotihuacan, Mexico and has a David Icke-esque cosmic revelation and decides to condense it into an 11-minute naturalistic techno epic about self-acceptance, and that's right, it's here, it's ready, are you?? He was so creatively spent by this task though that he got his pal Sal Stapleton to etch some artwork on the B side.

Lakker
Tundra

Dark, brooding atmospheres reminiscent of your time as a night-shift factory worker, always throbbing onward: expect those sounds from Lakker’s debut full length. Tundra will give you the chills with its threatening basses and obtuse beats that’ll fill your room, ears and head as soon as the needle touches the vinyl.

Lakker
Tundra Remixed (Mark Fell / Kyoka)

Lakker's Tundra album is a rich enough beast to begin with, so minds out to be blown by the forthcoming existence of Tundra Remixed. This release offers a sneak preview on DJ-friendly 12" wax, with both Kyoka and Mark Fell stepping up with versions. Fell's piece is especially strong, hammeringly repetitive and a little bit obtuse. On R&S.

Lakker
Golden Cabinet, The Kirkgate Centre, Shipley, Saturday 3rd October 2015

Shipley-based bringers of the most exciting electronic acts to the region are two years old...and like most toddlers they are having a party to celebrate. They've flown haunting techno experimenter Lakker over from Berlin for the evening and if that alone is not enough, abrasive beat masters Necro Deathmort, Berlin aural manglers Dead Fader and local beats, bass and banger suppliers Boe&Lx have been drafted in to make a night of it. Tickets for these events go quickly and they haven't done one for aaages so this is bound to be popular. Tickets will be e-tickets emailed to you. Simply show the email or speak your name on the door and you're in.

Lakker
Mountain Divide EP

This shit is scary. Lakker's new 'Mountain Divide' EP is full of abstracted vocals that stutter in and out of your line of sight, along with a bunch of other noises that skitter and scamper, never quite crossing the finishing line: the noises are sharp and sudden, the feedback is injected in small dosages, and the atmosphere changes whenever it pleases. The only constant is the rhythm - once Lakker starts up a beat, it's hard to get rid of it. Chilling and not of this planet, and just what you need to fuck up a bright summer's day.