as we creep our way into the 's, proc-records
begins to once again take on a slightly new form!
Our newest member to the constantly growing proc-records.net
family comes to us, yet again, from overseas!
Genus Inkasso is an exceedingly talented artist.
With releases on netlabels like Love Torture records
AND Abulia Concepts, he already has made quite a lasting
impression on people here in the underground.
With this new release from him, we can
further open our minds and subject our souls
to the newest possibilites of breakcore vs. noise!
This brief ep has a runtime of under fifteen minutes, though
within this limited timeframe we find some truly
remarkable, yet suprisingly basic skills at work.
I do not intend to downplay the sheer brilliance of
this release whatsoever.
Inkasso's knack for sloppy precission, deep textural
landscapes and grimey atmospheres give this ep a very
appropriate chaotic feel.
Genus Inkasso has generously provided proc-records
with this ep and I am very humbled and pleased to
have it as part of our catalog.
Artistic freedom is something that proc-records has
always stressed from the very beginning, and this release
is a perfect example of what I hope to have proc-records
be recognized as.
Anyone who has been around here long enough knows that
I also do my best to insure that only quality audio
hits the underground, keeping the massive rocking
and tuned it for as long as we can!!
If you are reading these release notes right now, rest assured
that you have just downloaded a very exquisite piece
of audio, one that will keep you pleased each and every moment.
Genus Inkasso, I would like to thank you once again for the
quality work and true commitment you have shown us with
your debut release here.
please understand that from now on, you always have
a home here at proc-records.
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