Dim Past Black Dolphin

Black Dolphin
Dim Past
OE035
12" / MP3 (320kbps) / FLAC

Black Dolphin is the debut release from Dim Past, a new techno project from Miami, Florida. Mixed and Mastered by Adames in 3-D VHS studios, this 30-minute, four-song EP is the primogenial transmission from a key player in South Florida’s presently-festering Negative Rave clique. Occult Circuitry (no computers) were utilized exclusively in the composing and recording of this inaugural Black Acid communique.

Dim Past emerges from the self-immolated ruins of extreme and purposefully disfigured rock music. Subsequently, the marshland elec-tropi-cult avatar circumvents traditional beat-oriented soundscapes with a set of tools distinct from those historically employed by classic Techno, House, and Disco. The end result is fresh electronica that comfortably and confidently pairs two of contemporary EDM's most prominent sub-movements: primal, post-punk, high-contrast headhunter rhythm, and nostalgic-but-forward-looking synthesizer revivalism.

12” Vinyl/Digital on Other Electricities & Roofless Records.

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Press: 

"Dim Past is making techno a threat!" -Tropicult

"30 minutes of mind bending beats and scratches to satisfy your musical itches." -KFJC

"This mix of dense, organic tunes merge house beats and techno style with raw currants of reverberating sounds, in effect forming a surreal ambience that’s as danceable as it is engrossing." -GoldFlakePaint

"Black Dolphin is a solid example of the American DIY noise and experimental scene’s ongoing love affair with techno." -Redefine

"With Black Dolphin, Dim Past has started a reclaiming of the genre from plastic automation and soulless programming, employing “occult circuitries” and an obsessive mastery to rescue you from your docile, optimistic worldview. It’ll also force you to dance as you reckon with your pitiful, inevitable drowning." -Dazed & Confused


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