||1.||"Choke" (feat Emika) (5:54)|
Veteran Bristol producer Christopher Jarman started the wonderfully named Kamikaze Space Programme project three years ago and its popped up in some interesting places since, with last year's Mote Revolver 12" following appearances on WNCL and Deca Rhythm. Given the annual feel of his output as KSP, we were about due a new 12" from Jarman and it duly arrives through another label in Trust. Doffing a figurative cap to Bristol's most creative of hubs, Stokes Croft brandishes four cuts that pull from techno, electro, and bassier sounds and is quite excellent from start to end. Emika lends her vocals to lead "Choke" which is a rather impressive slab of steppers electro whilst "Clapper" wouldn't sound out of place on a 2562 record. "HSBC" is a real standout and we can only imagine the frantic, brutal production is inspired by the frustration Jarman has experienced dealing with the bank of the same name.
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