Supported by Hype, Bassface Sasha, Mob Tactics, Amoss, The Sect, Concord Dawn, Mufler, Stunna, Logam, Symptom, Psyek, Psidream, Volatile Cycle, Neve and a bunch of others. As heard on Kiss FM, Ministry of Sound Radio, Bassdrive, Origin FM, Rude FM, Kool FM and more around the globe.
Philth is addicted to music; it is his breath and his lifeblood, a more driven man you will not find. His heady mix of distorted filth & saturated breakbeats is the fuel behind a meteoric rise, turning the heads of the scene’s top DJs and talent spotters. Paired here with regular cohort, AutomAte’s resident zombie wordsmith Agman Gora, this brace of gnarly cuts is aimed square at the dance.
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Cordyceps sees Agman instantly out for blood, spitting venom like a deadly gothic viper while highly-strung ghostly atmospherics give way to driven, head-nodding beats and a trademark crunchy, rolling bassline.
Time Machine is a more deceptive beast, dropping into a hectic, punchy beat and writhing, pulsing bass, carrying Gora’s inter-temporal advice at a brisk pace.
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