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Benjamin John Power (God I want that name) of Fuck Buttons fame has carved more than his own solo path with Blanck Mass. Debut released on Mogwai’s Rock Action and a pummeling second album on Sacred Bones. This single was original released on the adult swim singles series, and has been pressed on a limited single sided with etching 12”.

12" £6.99 RSOUND12001

Limited 12" on Richter Sound with etched B-side. Edition of 500 copies.

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D7 – D5 by Blanck Mass
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9/10 Gregor Omelasz Customer review, 10th February 2017

Absolutely banging.

Play this track in one of the following situations:

a) Beating someone to a pulp

b) Starting a war

c) Any applicable meltdown

If I was a DJ, I'd just play this all night.

8/10 Matt Sanchez Customer review, 8th November 2016

Intended as the second manoeuvre in a game of techno chess instigated by Manuel Gottsching’s prog-techno movement ‘E2-E4’ in 1984, D7-D5 is an intense 8 minute, evolving constanly though mixed loops and pulsingly dark techno beats, much in the vein of previous work with Fuck Button around the Tarot Sport era. Quite claustrophobic and unsettling in parts, Benjamin John Power keeps the BPM high while throwinging in shards of vocal and distorted noise to keep this post-industrial sound totally relevant and even profound!


Blanck Mass - D7-D5 (Official Music Video) - YouTube


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