DISARM TO SURRENDER
4 baning techno tracks from Nastia Reigel! Supported by Marcel Dettmann
Nastia Reigel’s long-awaited sophomore EP on Dustin Zahn’s ‘Enemy Records’ has finally arrived! Disarm to Surrender demonstrates a perfect balance of artistic taste and technical ability.
The EP starts off with the heaviest track, Horses. Backed by hypnotizing chopped-up vocals, the track hammers through steadily with no compromises. Trace follows in a more restrained and minimalistic fashion but manages to retain perfect tension. The B-side starts off with Natural Desires. It’s equally as hypnotic as the A side but more spatial and groove-focused, making it an ideal candidate for warming up or winding down. The titular track Disarm to Surrender completes the EP in a more abstract way. The track hints at the noise and post-punk leaning influence found in her alternative project, Rosa Damask.
Support from: Marcel Dettmann, Luke Slater, DVS1, Truncate, James Ruskin, Dustin Zahn, Perc, etc. [info sheet from distr.]