Out now is the Vlimmer release “Nebenkörper”, the debut album by the Berlin based act Vlimmer. You might kn ow Vlimmer from our Face The Beat 6 compilation on which the project was featured with the track “Passagier”.
The release comes after an 18 EP series and marks a departure from the atmospheric post-punk/goth/shoegaze/electronics. Alex: “You can expect a more aggressive approach of intense (tribal) drumming, contemporary synth sounds (the new Arturia Polybrute) with vocals that oscillate between lamenting gloom, feral energy and ethereal pop, creating a vibrant, dystopic industrial atmosphere.”
Here you can listen to the 12-tracker (mastered by Pete Burns, Kill Shelter).
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