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Vincent Koreman has been producing and releasing techno/ house/ acid etc. for some years with releases on Bunker, Viewlexx, Mighty Robot, Pinkman Shipwrec, Porn Wax and Perc Trax to name but a few. He’s used many pseudonyms over the years; Ra-X, Junior Rafael, Dr. Rhythm etc. but it’s his prolific Drvg Cvltvre alias that seems to have got his output the recent attention it deserves. H ...

12" £6.99 PIV001

Limited hand-stamped white label 12" on Poverty Is Violence. Edition of 300 copies, including Specter Remix.

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8/10 Ant Staff review, 07 October 2015

Vincent Koreman has been producing and releasing techno/ house/ acid etc. for some years with releases on Bunker, Viewlexx, Mighty Robot, Pinkman Shipwrec, Porn Wax and Perc Trax to name but a few. He’s used many pseudonyms over the years; Ra-X, Junior Rafael, Dr. Rhythm etc. but it’s his prolific Drvg Cvltvre alias that seems to have got his output the recent attention it deserves.

Here he is with a limited stamped white label 12” with 3 tracks of pure warehouse filth complete with a remix from Specter -- probably best known for his killer ‘Pipebomb’ 12” on Theo Parrish’s Sound Signature label.

First up is ‘Drone Strike’ with it’s disorientating mid-period Neil Landstrumm flavoured bassline. Building with stomping kicks, the bassline becoming slightly acidic and gradually the track gets drenched in dense, distorted siren like noise - like an army of evil drones tearing the roof off the club and scanning bodies on the dancefloor.

‘Computer Controlled’ thumps hard with looping laser zaps, pitched down darkside vocal and pounding reverbed kicks that’ll have the foundations of any club or warehouse shuddering.

Underneath Specter tackles ‘Drone Strike’ by keeping much of the original elements intact and rearranging them slightly. The kicks are lighter and the noise somewhat tamed adding a playful marimba type melody and generally replacing the intensity with funk.

‘You Will All Die Alone and Unloved’ gets to work with some trippy synth action, occasional pitched up vox that sound like some weird creature and rips along with noise that’s utilized in the form of crunching martial drums. Good stuff for those that like it freaky.


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