Back in July, Jamaica Suk released her latest EP on Peter Kirn‘s Establishment imprint.

The EP, titled Clockwise, features three hypnotic techno weapons from Jamaica, alongside a remix from Argentinian up-and-comer Pulse One, and follows the launch of her label Gradient earlier this year. On her three originals, Jamaica presents a confounding sonic world that flows through “Two Moons,” a twisted slice of slow-mo funk, “Clockwise,” a fathoms deep nightmarish club cut, and “Vision,” which, as it suggests, conjures grimy cinematic images. On the remix front, Pulse One turns his hand to the EP’s title track, reworking it into a massive broken beat wall of sound.

In support of the release, the label has offered up a bonus, previously unreleased remix of “Two Moons” from label head Peter Kirn, who delivers a menacing ride through gritty dub rhythms.

You can pick up the EP here, with Peter Kirn’s remix available below.

Due to temporary issues regarding the GDPR, EU readers can download the track here.