While he is capable of delivering a dystopian cassette of bleak techno and wayward electronica at the drop of a hat, Nick Klein's music doesn't appear on vinyl all that often. In fact, this EP for alter is his first release since a much talked about appearance on L.I.E.S back in 2016. As you'd expect, the vibe is gritty, strange and otherworldly throughout, with Klein variously turning his hand to Aphex Twin style ambient (Burning Mattresses), redlined, out-there techno (the distorted bass and alien synthesizers of Pena Adobe), bouncy revivalist EBM (dancefloor-friendly workout "Smelling The Streets") and Vatican Shadow style wild electronic soundscapes (The God in Vodka).
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