Lee Gamble will release the second part of his Flush Real Pharynx album, a triptych (meaning the work is divided into three sections), with Hyperdub in November.

Exhaust follows In A Paraventral Scale, part one, which landed at the start of 2019. “Gone are the serpentine dopplers and seductive supercar engines,” the label explains. “Exhaust’s neon-charms coalesce into an MDMA rush of Boston Dynamics dog barks, hypnotic voices, and imploding motion sculptures.” We’re told that the album’s “sultry voices take you for a 300mph ride down the psychedelic high street stitching together clashing strands of club soundscapes on its way.”

Flush Real Pharynx is a sonic documentary, and loosely explores three stages of the “Semioblitz,” a term used by the late Mark Fisher to describe the aggressive onslaught of visual and sonic stimuli of contemporary cities and virtual spaces. The series’ third and final part is scheduled for later this year.


01. Cream
02. Envenom
03. Glue
04. Naja
05. Tyre
06. Switches
07. Shards
08. Saccades

Exhaust (Flush Real Pharynx Part 2) is out November 15, with “Glue” streaming below.