introducing some new signings, poverty is violence return with a killer 5 track v/a ep limited to 300 hand-stamped white labels poverty is violence is the surface offshoot co-owned by nick dunton and charlton
lovingly mastered with an all analogue signal straight to vinyl at the exchange in the uk.
kamikaze space programme is a sonic experimentalist, an artist led by fascination with sound as much as he is led by ‘destroying the dancefloor’ and for his first release on neighbourhood this fascination has manifested itself via eastern european cold war radio signals. side a ‘numbers stations’ finds its inspiration in encrypted shortwave radio used by spies for communication, espionage in the cold war era. side b ‘duga 3’ takes its stimulus from the duga 3 radar used between july 1976 to december 1989 by the soviet government as an early warning network for oncoming nuclear threats.
vanta series is the new series for killekill s dancefloor music. the releases come in series, every series comes with a theme and one artwork which is being split in several parts to go with each release. the first series is called -the end is near- and features four records. it comes with an artwork by french visual artist elzo durt. the second record is coming from kamikaze space programme, who delivers three types of tracks:
, type 1 – a nervous piece of bells, percussion and bass
, type 2 – a minimalistic techno night drive
, type 3 – a spacious futuristic soundscape
, type 3 comes with a remix by joefarr, who added some drama to the original and therewith created a proper hit for the darker hours.
mindcut presents the next solo ep by no less than kamikaze space programme who had his first label debut with rattle ralf on catalog number 4. ksp also released on the famous luke slater label mote evolver and now he returns with a full 4 tracker on mindcut. his style is well known for rhythmic beats and organic percussions sounds which are reflected in 3 true techno tracks and a stomping myler remix
bristol s kamikaze space programme joins the trust family with a blistering ep of industrial bass music. stokes croft opens with none other than prolific ninja tune artist emika as a guest, whose haunting vocals turn choke into an ear-catching hybrid of industrial bass electro and gothic pop. three percussive bangers further elaborate chris jarmans philosophy of crafting hard-edged beats from found and self-recorded sounds rather than worn and tired presets, head-strong, futuristic, and ready to obliterate stylistic stagnation with sonic innovation
luke slaters mote-evolver reach the big 4-0 with the help of chris jarman, the commanding officer behind the kamikaze space programme. concrete musique is four tracks of loud, hard-nosed, techno-taunting speaker pressure.
chris jarman, previously known as raiden, now known as kamikaze space programme. get used to it. wncl recordings is proud to present ksps debut vinyl offering where we see the producer bringing his found-sound recordings (bits of old truck and a pocket full of coins amongst other things) from the field to the warehouse ...
hut no. 18 goes a-hat with huts non-conformist approach to electronics. and by the way, this one comes out of the labels very own harbour hamburg.
a1. kamika - conform : hanseatic label buddy kamika pops up with a dense and atmospheric tune, focussed yet narrative.
a2. kamika - conform (maksim dark remix) : maksim dark knitted a very straight reinterpretation, dark and almost industrial.
b. kamika - conform (felix lorusso remix) : out of the labels hamburg circle comes a spectacular steamline-inspired remix by felix lorusso.