Serena Butler Debuts on Stroboscopic Artefacts
'We Want Neither Clean Hands Nor Beautiful Souls' will arrive on July 20.
The EP is described as a record of Butler’s personal juncture with the Queerverse and his engagement in queer politics, and follows 2016’s Gynoids Dryads Swim Alone on Eerie. It’s supposed to embody the shared revere that Butler and SA have for the subversive power of techno—or, as Butler says, “the explicit, organized effort to repurpose technologies for progressive gender political ends.”
Stroboscopic Artefacts was launched in September 2009 aiming to showcase adventures into electronic music from artists across the world. The label, as the name suggests, acts like a strobe light illuminating pioneering club sounds with each release. This will be the label’s 33rd release.
A1 / 1. If Nature Is Unjust, Change Nature
A2 / 2. Globular Hymen
B1 / 3. Science Is Not An Expression But A Suspension Of Gender
B2 / 4. And With Fire Came Disparity
We Want Neither Clean Hands Nor Beautiful Souls will arrive on July 20, with clips streaming below.