Kant Kino goes 'LRSBSS' on new DJ EPCDPosted on 27/04/12
2 years ago, Norway's Kant Kino launched their debut album "We are Kant Kino - You are not" which immediately got them lots of scene feedback and raving reviews. The duo now strikes back with a very limited DJ only EPCD "LRSBSS", a hard-hitting pure old-school EBM track with native Norwegian lyrics narrating the life of one of the band members whose nickname is nothing but 'Larsebass'. And the cute boy on the cover of the EP? Yep, mister Larsen himself.
This exclusive release features a single version of the title song plus remixes from Eddie Bengtsson (Page, S.P.O.C.K, SMPJ, etc), Celluloide, Spark!, People Theatre and Kant Kino themselves. Also featured on the release is the highly melodic track "My Game", with guest vocals by Komputergirl.
As it seems, a new studio album is now in finishing production stages and should be released later in 2012.
You can find a set with sound clips of this release on Soundcloud. You can order the EP right here (check the various packages) or on iTunes (direct link).
- My Game (feat. Komputergirl)
- LRSBSS (Eddie B. Redux)
- LRSBSS (Celluloide Remix)
- LRSBSS (Kant Kino Klubbmix)
- LRSBSS (SPARK! Remix)
- LRSBSS (People Theatre's trbl mix)
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Posted by B. Van Isacker
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