Here's more heavy techno sounds on Bas Mooy's label, this time courtesy of Spanish producer Kwartz, known for releases on Warm Up and Pole. The Zooloft-inspired title of "Uncontrollable Process Of Self-Destruction" reveals itself to be for more than an exercise in poor English with FUSE-style bleep-notics fused with dreamy hardcore synths. By contrast, the aptly-named "Ultraviolence" is a thing of extreme danger as its wiry, broken rhythms and lashes of percussion seep over and gnaw at the listener's synapse. Two versions of the title track are also included, with Kwartz laying down the kind of dark, slightly distorted pulsing rhythms and steely percussive builds that Mord has become synonymous with.
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