One half of experimental electronic group ASSS Sean Pierce has had releases on Mannequin and Motor and now turns to Clan Destine for a small batch cassette release (50 only folks!) of probably the most appropriately titled mini album ever - Battery. A distorted and floppy arpeggiator, distorted metallic hisses and all pounded forward by slamming industrial kicks.
Tape £4.99 CDR-TP-040
Limited tape on Clan Destine. Edition of 50 copies.
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Lord almighty! This will blow out the cobwebs - make no mistake. Portland Oregon's Sean Pierce follows up last years LP for Mannequin with a tape of industrial strength techno/ electronics for Clan Destine. Proper bangin’/ clangin’ gear like an army of giants beating rhythms on sheet metal. Plus some weirder zoned bad trip/ claustrophobic/ paranoid brain melters. Rough as a badgers behind.
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