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Kamikaze Space Programme & Eomac
ETXC004

Eomac has had a busy 2018. As well as dropping his Reconnect LP and the accompanying Resist All Dogma EP on his own Eotrax imprint he has had a part in four collaborative records for his ETXC series. Following on from unions with Paula Temple, Sean Carpio and Demian Licht we now have the fruits of his labour alongside Kamikaze Space Programme. ETXC004’s ‘Environment 1’ revolves around a lopsided techno locked groove, while ‘Environment 2’ is full of hissing synth drones.
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Kamikaze Space Program / XXX / Charlton / Credit 00 / Persian
When The Rich Wage War, It's The Poor Who Die

Poverty Is Violence is a sublabel of experimental techno label Surface, and is run by Nick Dunton (The 65D Mavericks, The Echelon Plan) and Charlton Ravenberg (Charlton/Tapirus). When The Rich Wage War…. is no frills and abrasive collection of acid to hardcore and techno, new and established signings. Including Kamikaze Space, Program XXX, Credit 00, and Persian.
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  • Kamikaze Space Programme

Dot Product
Dot Product

Dot Product find a home on the Osiris Music label with this self-titled vinyl LP of noisy, minimalist electronics and drone. The duo of Wedge and Kamikaze Space programme combine their skills to create sombre and abrasive dark-ambient soundscapes, with some playful humour in the track titles to lighten the mood a little.
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  • Kamikaze Space Programme

Dot Product
2080

2080 is the latest nine-track release from Dot Product. Described as the ‘next logical step on a journey into uncharted sonic waters’, this release is a great combination of varying sounds and drones that are held together by a skilled level of musical architecture. A much more ‘grown-up’ sound than previous releases. 
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  • Kamikaze Space Programme

Kamikaze Space Programme
Numbers Stations / Duga 3

Two manic bits of wonky techno here from an artist who has previously released via Norwood Cassette Library and Mote Evolver. Just as with Evian Christ a couple of years back, b-side ‘Duga 3’ takes its name from the USSR’s nuclear signalling programme. Unlike EC’s moody slab of ambience, this particular Duga lurches forward with the kind of jittery heads-down mania that evokes everyone from The Future Sound of London to Pearson Sound. Very enjoyable indeed.
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  • Kamikaze Space Programme