KSSBLK001 OUT!! The Sect-Cybermen / Bias-Chrysalis(The Sect Remix)

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  1. Subkulture

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    KSS Black are proud to present their long awaited début release, KSSBLK001.


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    A: The Sect – Cybermen
    UK Based Tech-DnB duo The Sect get us off to a fine start with a hard-hitting A-side for this eagerly-awaited 12”! Tight energetic drums and techno-esque bleeps layered with sci-fi vocoder-vox waste no time in giving way to deep, pounding bass and swirling synths that are sure to blow the cobwebs off any dance floor. Currently being given heavy global support from the likes of Break, Ed Rush, C4C, Audio and Raiden. Infectious.


    AA: Bias – Chrysalis (The Sect Remix)

    The Sect return for the AA side giving Bias’s eerie-techno funkathon a rework to produce a DnB stomper that has been laying waste to dance floors all over the world. Furious drum patterns, frantic arpeggios and bass-synth switchups lead to an unmistakable slice of The Sect production that’s kept this track on everyone’s most-wanted list throughout Europe and beyond!

    both sides are currently receiving heavy support from the likes of Cause 4 Concern, Break, Raiden and Audio.

    Catalogue Number: KSSBLK001
    Release Date: 14th December 2009
    Artists: The Sect, Bias

    Full artwork promos available from all good record shops including:


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    Also watch out for KSS Black 002 to be released in January 2010

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  2. Subkulture

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  3. RAZE

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    Mine's in the post. Wicked 12".
    Nice to hear The Sect again.