July 10, 2024

Top industrial dance act Aesthetische strikes back with an ultra danceable 5-track EP ‘Cold Is Clean’ featuring Diffuzion frontwoman and Mari Kattman on guest vocals

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In record time the Brazilian act Aesthetische (aka Guilherme Pires and Fabricio Viscardi from ex-Aghast View) has become a household name in the wave of new industrial acts that are incorporating fresh dance elements in their work. It makes that this scene can continue to attract new fans and also top DJs from outside the scene have already picked up various tracks from their repertoire over the past few months.

1528574_10203102538789037_1656094250_nIt won’t be a surprise if I tell you that due to their way of making industrial music sounding young again, they also have been selected for our upcoming “Face The Beat: Session 3” compilation which you’ll be able to download from December 26 on.

Established in August 2011 Aesthetische are again proving they are revitalising the industrial scene with the very fresh sounding release “Cold Is Clean”, a 5-track download EP, out now on Bandcamp.

12226923_1056218217744598_8774744378054937904_nThis time the Brazilian duo offers you collaborations with Xev from Diffuzion fame on an all-new rework of the classic track “Touch the Cold Glass”, and with Mari Kattman, on two versions of a completely new track called “Blue Print”.

Next to that you get the instrumental piece “Unity” a club-driven remix of the track “Dirt” produced by the the renowned DJ Simon Carter.

A top notch release which I can only warmly recommend you! Available right here on Bandcamp.

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