- 5 years ago
Playing tracks by
Milton Bradley, E-Cox, Rene Sandoval and Av.rage.
Milton Bradley (also known as The End Of All Existence and half of K:209) releases bassy, tripping, grimly psychedelic tracks on his own Do Not Resist The Beat! imprint, as well as Prologue and Zooloft, and is one of the rare instances where the stoic, anonymous techno thing actually works. He provided us with a recording of a recent live set in Stockholm, which showcases the techno end of his sound alongside the apocalyptic ambience of his The End Of All Existence project. Although he resists the idea of recording a full-length, this set serves a similar purpose. It’s an outstanding exhibition for his material, rhythmically diverse, thematically consistent, and thoroughly druggy and dystopian.