London based hardware specialist no data available joins the null+void family with a four track EP of rugged, playful and effective electro driven tracks for the rave - ending in a blissful introspective 7am moment with title track the night.
Acid fans will have already heard nda’s work alongside Matt Whitehead on Jerome Hill’s much respected Super Rhythm Trax imprint. It’s his live sets that have been winning on the dancefloor though, as much as his studio work - 100% improvised and rawkously executed - this year they’ve brought the fire at Berlin’s Greissmuehle and London’s Corsica Studios.
Some of phil's best early work before he out done himself before hooking up with London Modular Alliance. A true artist to is form and happy to have worked with him in the pass. Cheers and thx for the Repress of this fine EP ...EZ...Mekka jmekka
First of all, this picture disc is just badass. Thank you for making these beauties, SOM!
Exterminate is my favorite here. Immediately reminiscent of "Master Organism" by Dopplereffekt, it hits hard and fast. Vocals are perfect as well.
Now, I'm not the biggest fan of the kind of lyrics on the B-side, especially when live, but Egyptian Lover is a legend and when well recorded in a studio like here, it does add a nice flair to the absolutely wicked track delivered by The Exaltics.