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BBC.WS1 LA SANTA - PAX MAFIOSA Out Friday 16th of November - PRE-ORDER STARTS TODAY: https://wannamarchi.bandcamp.com/album/pax-mafiosa CALABRIA, Southern Italy — a landscape of unmarked graves hidden by abandoned construction sites left as monuments to a corrupt state; a code of silence masking a culture of extreme cruelty; age-old folk traditions and occulted religious rites which refuse to acknowledge the passing of time; the secret brotherhoods; the holy bloodline and birthplace of the ‘Ndrangheta - part business, part religious order and part ancient military, now one of the most powerf
NKT005 PRESIDIOMODELO - ВНУТРЕННЯЯ ИМПЕРИЯ Out this Friday on Cassette + Digital The Shaman - older than Christ - survives an endless winter of over two millennia as if preserved in permafrost like the mammoths and prehistoric horses littering the bowels of his mother Siberia. The Shaman - named ‘the priest of the devil’ by dutch explorers - endures the horror of the Soviet labour camps. He has access to the Axis and inhabits more worlds than one. NKT presents The Inner Empire , the new work from Siberian trio presidiomodelo where misty atmospheres are infused with a murky, industrial aesthe
This Sunday wannamarchi.club marks its first incarnation at The Glove That Fits with a full evening of deep cleansing and wish fulfillment. Come and join us if you're in London. A healthy outside starts from the inside. https://www.facebook.com/events/424190261357944/
NKT004 Nokuit - Patterns of Instability Edition of 100 C45 White Cassette 4 Panel double-sided J-card Artwork Available Now at WANNAMARCHI.CLUB: https://goo.gl/iP4bN2 NKT presents 'Patterns of Instability', a work of freeform experimental electronic music that moves through dense noise textures, visceral sound design and time-stopping ambient suites. Unfolding over 45 minutes, the new Nokuit album is an absorbing soundtrack probing the pervasive bewilderment of society. It’s a relentless journey where blurred melodies and abrasive soundscapes unsettle our most buried dissatisfacti