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Belgium’s dark electronics act Cubic presents excellent debut album ‘The Cubic Alphabet’ – out today

By Jun 18,2021

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After some compilation appearances, including our very own “Face The Beat 6”, and a collaboration with 808 Dot Pop on the upbeat “Cubic Temperature” album plus a first EP (“Alphabet Hymn”), the Belgian dark electronics act Cubic has released its debut album: “The Cubic Alphabet”. The debut album features 13 tracks.

Behind Cubic we find Franky Deblomme (ex-Darkmen) who in Cubic makes a dark mix of melodic techno and 808 electro. Add to this touches of underground body music in the background and you know what to expect. If we have to name two artists that could act as a sonic reference it would be Gesaffelstein and Terence Fixmer.

The album “The Cubic Alphabet” is out now via Alfa Matrix in 2 formats: CD via the Alfa Matrix webstore and download via Bandcamp (and of course all the other digital services). We were quite impressed!

You can listen listen to the album right below.

Other Cubic releases



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