DMX Krew Lines Up New Hypercolour Album
'Glad To Be Sad' lands March 1.
The British producer’ last album landed in 2017, also on Hypercolour, preceded by over 20 others on labels like Rephlex and Strange Life Records.
We’re told to expect the usual collection of electronic funk and modular melodies, and that the album covers a colourful palette of rhythm and sound, is abundant on the bass, and comes with a heavy dose of futurism in its waves of glorious synth-work and deadly drum machine rhythms.
A1: Shell Game
A2: Spare Parts
A3: Gate Output
B1: Mystic Revelation
B2: Dark Moon
B3: Home Made Drum Machine Part 2
C1: Metal Mod Beat
D2: Non Entity
D3: Winter Dance
Glad To Be Sad‘ lands March 1.