The filthy title cut that concludes CONTAINER‘s brand new ADHESIVE 12″, out now on LIBERATION TECHNOLOGIES, is available for video consumption courtesy of Boston’s own electronic sound and video home-wreckers LSDV, a pair that I just saw and heard crush a room in Providence last weekend. The track itself is a pummeling, blown out blaster of bass and treble that slowly seeps further and further into the white noise sludge of its own making. The track bubbles as the intensely cut-up and bastardized images that LSDV have applied to this very toxic techno flash by. Bass drum pops out of the mix to show us the way back and once again we are thrown back into the bent synth groove. A scourge of colliding synthesizers is accompanied by donuts peering through the frazzled imagery. We touched on this 12″ (with our words) a ways back, but now you can actually grab the record! Grab it!
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