May 20, 2024

Black Lung – Depopulate (EP – Ant-Zen)

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Genre/Influences: Minimal-Electro, Dark-Techno.

Format: Digital, Vinyl.

Background/Info: Australian sound guru David Thrussell strikes back with new Black Lung work -and that was a quite a while ago now he released new work of this project which was now set up thirty years ago; “Depopulate” has been released as vinyl featuring three songs while the digital format features two extra cuts.

Content: Both debut cuts are more into Minimal-Electro vein; driven by slow but heavy rhythms and supported by dreamy, Ambient-like strings. Thrussell’s voice sounds like a ghost repeating the same, minimal, lyrics. We next move towards harder, dark, Techno driven cuts while the last cut sounds more Experimental.

+ + + : Both debut cuts (cf. “Euthanasia” and “Depopulate”) remind us of the genius of this artist. This is David Thrussell at his best mixing different but related Electronic elements together to obtain a very own sound and style.

– – – : Both Techno cuts aren’t bad at all and can for sure be played at Berliner clubs but I prefer the more sophisticated debut side of the EP.

Conclusion: Black Lung is back on track unleashing a work with two different sides but especially a great Minimal-Electro side.

Best songs: “Euthanasia”, “Depopulate”.

Rate: 8.

Label: www.ant-zen.com / www.facebook.com/antzen.official

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