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New Cylob EP (12" + digital) coming up on Power Vacuum! Forthcoming 12" and download on Power Vacuum records POWVAC012 www.powervacuum.net I've been over and over track running orders, while taking into account the limitations of vinyl. It needs to be a loud cut as anything increasing the chances of this music being played in clubs is a priority. The major development is, I'd really like the A side at 45rpm - as before. As well as the extra volume, 'Granular Psychosis' is an exciting prospect to be able to play at both speeds as it's so fast. With this track list below, we're exceeding the time slightly for what I've been advised is the best 45rpm quality. However, as Zattrday has such a limited frequency range, that can be cut to take a very small part of the vinyl. I will talk to ****** about all this, and ultimately go with his advice of the best way to do this on the day. But I can say it will almost definitely happen like one of the two options below. Tracklisting: A1. Concrete Corporal A2. Granular Psychosis (ECT Mix) A3. Zattrday B1. Rosetta B2. Ticking Over B3. Mission To Mercury B4. Pulp The Bass
"Cerberus belches out of the darkness like a shotgun blast to the face. The slavering three headed watchdog patrols the banks of the River Styx, the river of lost souls as the wretched hoards flow past writhing midst its currents. Its hot sulphurous breath and steaming piles of iridescent dung fill the air as you pass into Hades - never to return." "EDMX (DMX KREW) has been releasing quality electronics on Rephlex and his own Breakin' record labels amongst others since 1995. The Cerberus EP on Power Vacuum presents his heaviest and darkest moments to date... Side A at 45rpm presents the smash-downbeat of 'Cerberus' - incapable of taking prisoners even if there was a glimpse of mercy encoded into this Techno ice-breaker. 'I'm rushing My Tits Off' documents its cascading anvil melody into near-oblivion while masterfully cruising a two-way wormhole between 1st-wave Electro and modern subsonix. Finally 'Orange Squash' guides us through an irresistibly distorted Acid-shuffle, restoring some level of equilibrium post-Cerberus." Listen on Soundcloud.com