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Burgercome / Stuck

Few Crackles

Released: 7th May 2021

7"£12.99 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched tomorrow.

Malaizy is the new working name for Alicia Mathews' new music. Better known as half of the group LAPS and on her own producing anxiety ridden electronic Mute-isms, Malaizy's sound is more throat grabbing, crunchy techno overlaced with manipulated and distorted vocal samples. The beat on Burgercome mutates out of a broken kick sample into a pummelling, high-BPM monster that reminds us of anything from Warm Leatherette to a more gritty sounding British Murder Boys. The flip, Stuck, is a dragging, warped rhythm track that feels like it's dragging a glacier back to a firey hell, all blown out, low pitched vocals and variably speeded turntable manipulation.

Comes in a neat long form plastic casing.