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  1. First full length by I Hate Models. Will be released on 3x12" / 2CD / digital by Perc Trax. Will be out on June 21st. "From the moment ‘Daydream’ from his very first vinyl release hit big in 2016 to opening his Perc Trax account in late 2018 with ‘Spreading Plague’ I Hate Models has been building towards this moment and now it is finally here. L’Âge Des Métamorphoses is not just the debut album from one of techno’s most important new artists, but it also represents a key step forward for both I Hate Models himself and the fusionist techno scene he has unwittingly become a figurehead of. I Hate Models’ music has always been expansive and widescreen in its vision, but the 12 tracks and 93 minutes of L’Âge Des Métamorphoses push this approach far further than ever before. Each track glides between melodic, vocal, percussive and acidic sections with ease, keeping interest high without ever dropping into locked techno loops. Just like the restless DJ style that has seen him play in clubs and festivals around the globe this album refuses to sit still for a moment, constantly twisting and turning as each track progresses to its destination, far away from the point where it started. Released as a 3×12″ vinyl album as well as a 2xCD set L’Âge Des Métamorphoses is one of Perc Trax’s most ambitious releases to date. Mastered in London by award winner mastering engineer Matt Colton and with all original artwork and design by fellow Frenchman Lucas Grassmay this is a huge release in every sense and one that will go on to define the current state of not just I Hate Models, but also of the Perc Trax label itself" Preorders from bandcamp: https://perctrax.bandcamp.com/album/l-ge-des-m-tamorphoses Boom boom boom bo-bo-boom boom boom
  2. http://perctrax.band...labour-division Forward Strategy Group present Labour Division, their debut album that follows a string of releases on Perc Trax, their own eponymous label, Stroboscopic Artefacts and Dynamic Reflection. Labour Division finds the Forward Strategy Group at their most melodic but also their most brutally uncompromising. Throughout the album the tracks shift between a range of atmospheres and timbres which in turn guide the listener though a number of different listening states, holding their attention and encouraging active listening rather than the passive, barely-there engagement often induced by less adventurous electronic albums. Reviews: Resident Advisor - 4 out of 5. FACT - "This is a deeply assured, personal album from a group already demonstrating their mastery of nuance, balance and – yes – a big heavy beat smacking you squarely around the head." Juno - "Labour Division proves that FSG don’t preach sonic austerity because they have nothing else to say." The Quietus - "As is so often the case with the finest British techno, there is a clam–fisted immediacy at play here, a palpable glee that permeates Labour Division." Boomkat - "They've not disappointed us, delivering a set of deep, exploratory techno strafed with noise and scum scraped straight from the factory floor, elegantly aligning themselves with the brutalist 70s/early 80s post-punk tradition along the way."
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