Review: Invadhertz are one of the best acts working on the more minimal side of the spectrum right now, with releases on Flexout, Context and more, and now they're flying the Italian flag on Delta9 Recordings. This is a sweet EP, featuring a stinking remix from fre4knc, that stretches out over six tracks of pure stripped back, industrial sonics. There's a range of sounds, from the minimal forces of 'Neo Tribes' contrasting with the rolling liquid sounds of 'Take Me Places'. This is a piece of quality from Delta9.
Review: Up and at 'em: SL8R makes his label debut on Vienna label Delta9 with four jittering drum jams. "No Fuss" lights the fire molten skitterish drums and a sinewy high voltage bass texture while "This Way Up" follows a similar rhythmic route but with added dramatic growls. Elsewhere we're stampeded with elephantine kicks and heaving Culture Shock-level bass groans before being brought to life by the finger-clicking, machine funk of "Elastik", a track that pings so hard you can feel the tremors from here to Groningen. Don't look down.