Alexev Volkov presents a set of dusty bangers for your pleasure, with this 12” on Jealous God (as the seventh in their series, it is titled Jealous God 7). These tracks chug along with precise club efficiency, ready for prime-time play. And to warm you up for the night, Volkov has also thrown in a CD of a mix he did. Nice.
12" £9.99 JL007
12" + mix CD on Jealous God.
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Alexey Volkov is the latest artist to grace Jealous God, joining amongst it’s ranks James Ruskin, Silent Servant, Svreca, In Aeternem Vale, Broken English Club and 51717. Volkov’s previous recording have come via Terence Fixmer’s Planet Rouge label-- so his EBM laced techno sound seems like an obvious choice for where Jealous God is currently at stylistically.
All 3 tracks on here are pretty ace actually. ‘A Snake Falling To Pieces’ is prime time club techno that takes grubby modular sounds and eerie female vocal drone and really builds into something dark and serpent like. ‘Never’ has a great sense of forward momentum, like being chased by a Terminator down some rainy dark alley. ‘Ruins’ is top notch dark electro that recalls Mono Junk Adam X or Lory D all in electro mode. It gets pretty intense when the big hissy synth pushes forward and swallows you up.
Comes with bonus mix CD (by an artist with a naughty time I dare not type because this page/ our email update would most certainly not reach a lot of you fine folk) featuring tracks by Martin Rev, Chris & Cosey, William S. Burroughs, Dark Day, No Bra, Throbbing Gristle, Peaches etc. with the usual artwork by Juan Mendez/ Silent Servant.
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