THIS RELEASE IS EXPECTED TO ARRIVE MIDDLE OF APRIL OR EARLIER.
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KF79 – Various Artists – Death To Digital 2 E.P 12” Vinyl
A1.Ant To Be & Shadowplay – 1234
A2. Luna-C & Saiyan – Demogorgon
B1. Luna-C – My Kinda Rush
B2. Paul Bradley – Fat Hands
PLUS EXCLUSIVE 320MP3 / 24Bit Wavs. The digital downloads are available when you receive the vinyl. All vinyls come with a “boring sheet” that contains a link and password to your downloads, as well as links to bonus material and previews of forthcoming Kniteforce & Knitebreed releases!
This vinyl is limited to 300 units and it will never be sold as a digital release, although if you buy the vinyl, you will receive links to the digital versions of the three tracks in both 320 MP3 and Wav format. This is the only way to get the digital versions of this release.
After the roaring success of the first Death To Digital EP, we decided to scrap the series and never do another one. Just kidding, heres part 2! It contains the same varied collection of awesome as the last one, showing off styles from various artists and pushing in different directions all within the classic old skool sound. Ant To Be has already been everywhere recently, with his wicked new EP on Knitebreed only just hitting the shelves, but here he collaborates with another recent Kniteforce artist, Shadowplay. 1234 is a superb slice of piano breakbeat, in a class all of its own. Saiyan and myself go in the opposite direction entirely with Demogorgon, which is probably the darkest tune we have released since KF07 – The Trip – the Snowball. And all the better for it! I took matters into my own habds for the flip side with a bit of a cheeser, honestly. My Kinda Rush is a tad too happy, but after Demogorgon, ya kind of need it. Meanwhile, Paul Bradley misses the point entirely, and even the right year now that I think of it, by making a track that is from 1996 or 1997 – fat kicks and wicked riffs and no rational explanation for the name is what Fat Hands is all about. This EP is simply wicked, and miss it at your peril!
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