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Following up the more-experimental "Johnny Gambit 01: The Prodigal Son" graphic novel/soundtrack (PURE18), Alan D. Oldham a.k.a. DJ T-1000 gets back to basics with the "Blaster" EP, phase two of the Pure Sonik Records restart. "Blaster" kicks off the proceedings. A dirty, tracky, and bitcrushed statement of intent, "Blaster" is a 130 bpm love letter to all the hard techno fans in Germany and Spain who have kept the faith and supported DJ T-1000's international dates all these years, and the definitive statement that Pure Sonik Records is back! On the B-side, Oldham goes ELECTRO with "I Rock Shit Everyday," a dark, dirty, Detroit electro-groove inspired by one of his all-time favorite Detroit electro acts, Ultradyne. The EP closer, the lo-fi "Machines," (a Dave Clarke/White Noise favorite) is the sound of your laptop, TV, and coffee maker conspiring against you in dial-up modem code. What happens when your microwave starts thinking it can cook better than you? You better watch out... All tracks pre-mastered by Steven Tang of Emphasis Recordings, Chicago.

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Blaster EP