12" £9.99 BH016
Limited 12" on Berceuse Heroique.
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Following a couple of tapes with Tuff Sherm on Opal Tapes and Reckno, Peter Mines aka PMM makes his solo and vinyl debut on Berceuse Heroique, a label that over the past 18 months has had a reasonably relentless release schedule, churning out some mighty fine, no frills, fucked up warehouse bangers. ‘Serpent’s Promise’ is no exception as it tears in at around 140bpm with pounding kicks, a rumbling noisy loop and trippy bleeps. Hi-hats give the kicks some extra drive then a brain devouring, elastic filtered gurgling synth shows up and it all comes together. Raw and dirty it reminds me a bit of Spira who made some great techno back in the mid-90’s.
‘Growth Hacking’ is a proper groover that’s very successfully managed to make my limp wooden corpse of a body bust some embarrassing rave dad dance moves whilst taking the blob of jelly in my skull off to cloud cuckoo land. Reminds me a bit of Subhead, like but still feels pretty fresh.
‘AACFI’ comes in with throbbing low end, fractured noise and a gloomy industrial techno sound but is a wee bit more dynamic and playful in its composition than your average darkside techno looper. Look forward to hearing some more from this man as this is a pretty darn solid EP.
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