Stern power-Techno from Sleeparchive here, the latest in a long-line of powerful 12”s. No getting around it, A Wounded Worker will bludgeon the listener into submission with those rock-hard kick drums and those tight-flexing synths. Two tracks, released on his own imprint within a hand-stamped sleeve.
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- A Wounded Worker by Sleeparchive
9/10 Ant Staff review, 21 January 2016
Other than the fact that eventually we are all going to die, there are very few guarantees in this world. When we go to sleep; we cannot guarantee that when we wake up, the person we love won’t have left us for a superior human. When you buy drugs you cannot guarantee they are going to get you high. When we go to work, do we know for sure that the boss won’t fire us?
There is however, one thing in life that is 100% guaranteed; and that is when a disc jockey places a copy of Sleeparchive’s ‘A Wounded Worker’ 12” vinyl record onto a turntable and plays the record at the desired speed, then what comes out of the soundsystem will tear every living thing within earshot a new rectum.
But please, don’t just take my word for it. To find out what the kids are saying about the latest Sleeparchive record we took to the streets…
“The tracks transported me through a parallel matrix where space and time converge, insect gods from the seventh realm communicated with me through binary. Now I use only Sleeparchive music in my yoga and meditation classes exclusively.” Martin (Dublin)
“DJ Chris Liebing played new Sleeparchive at EDM Rave2000 in Dresden and my testicles exploded; then my girlfriends tits fell off”. Günter (Hamburg)
“My cousin downloaded it from Hardwax, put it on her iPod and it got her pregnant. She’s gonna call the baby Sven Väth” Cathy (Hull)
“After just six bars of this ferocious, vicious electronic body music, the kick drums had killed my kitten” Rachel (Stoke-on-Trent)
Apologies there to Rachel. We should have pre-warned her this EP is not for pussies. So there you have it folks. Long live Sleeparchive. Amen.
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