Dutch electronic music producer Drvg Cvltvre has released AMOK002, a collection of four blistering industrial-techno tracks via AMOK Tapes.
Having been extremely prolific for 5+ years with just this project, Drvg Cvltvre has released several full length records and 12”s. Beyond that artist Vincent Koreman has cut his teeth in different projects (Ra-X, Hidden Rulers, Vince Destructo + more) through the nineties ranging from techno and electro to house on labels such as KK and Bunker. Still within all these releases, his unique vision of music comes through: something dark and otherworldly yet extremely moving and mutated.
Finally, the Tilburg resident has come to AMOK Tapes with 4 sinister techno tracks on this self-titled cassette. He blends dirty, distorted hardware electronics with acidic, trippy techno that is perfect for a morning in a pitch black cellar. His DIY punk attitude shines through with uncompromising slow-burning New Beat rhythms and basslines topped with abrasive noises. Meanwhile, demonic vocals and synths writhe underneath. The latest Drvg Cvltvre has to offer continues to prove that his massive output is consistently strong and yet ever evolving — and this tape may be some of the heaviest to date.