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Formed in 2010, Canadian electronic band Purity Ring, is a genre-defiant duo that has already built a huge cult following with four singles and have yet to release their first album.  Warping up influences from 90′s R&B, Trap, Rape-Gaze and lush dream pop… Corin Roddick’s stunning production and Megan James’ eerie vocals compose disturbing club lullabies that will leave you drifting in a daze. Continue Reading

For the past 6 months, The Overthrow Collective and I have been performing this sort of experimental party in Downtown LA called Lil Death.  The project is essentially a weekly event centered around a very specific tech-noir sound that we like to call “Gotham Wave.”  To tantalize your curiosity, I’ve just released version 2.0 of our Lil Death mix series with influences of post-punk, industrial, french techno, and witch house.
Lil Death’s slogans “Long Live the new Flesh” draws it’s inspirations from the post-physical reality that we get closer to ever day. This eclectic mix is electronic and organic sound is an homage to the ever wavering struggle we have with totally accepting this new prosthetic digital nervous system that has begin to connect us all.

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Tracklist after the jump. Continue Reading