mNIPK - Paul Aster's Tears

Hypnotic and fragmented techno with an industrial edge that ropes in elements of dark ambient to create an intoxicating alien soundscape, mNIPK is clearly some sort of cyborg to come up with such an inhuman sound.

Dark, rumbling sub-bass and bass are layered together over 4/4 beats to create something that is very dance-able, but is clever and complex enough to sustain “regular” listening. I don’t know who Paul Auster is or what he’s crying about but this would certainly seem an apposite soundtrack for him to do so, and while this album may be a little dark and electronic for some, I would recommend mature listeners head on over to Alrealon Music and download this soundtrack to evil deeds for free.

Kim Monaghan

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Ken Eakins is a filmmaker and weird stuff enthusiast from the South of England.

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