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Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. JK Flesh is the pseudonym employed by Justin K Broadrick for his solo work within the realm of heavy/mutant techno/electronica - informed by industrial, dub, power electronics and the extreme excesses of electronic music driven by beats and bass. Justin initially used this pseudonym in Techno-Animal with co-conspirator Kevin Martin (The Bug, King Midas Sound). Recorded by Broadrick around 2018-19, and originally intended for a 2020 release but held up due to the obvious, New Religions Old Rules thematically explores mankind's persistent obsession with indoctrination. Grinding, old industrial influenced, no wave techno for outsiders
Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. JK Flesh is the pseudonym employed by Justin K Broadrick for his solo work within the realm of heavy/mutant techno/electronica - informed by industrial, dub, power electronics and the extreme excesses of electronic music driven by beats and bass. Justin initially used this pseudonym in Techno-Animal with co-conspirator Kevin Martin (The Bug, King Midas Sound). Recorded by Broadrick around 2018-19, and originally intended for a 2020 release but held up due to the obvious, New Religions Old Rules thematically explores mankind's persistent obsession with indoctrination. Grinding, old industrial influenced, no wave techno for outsiders
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New Religions Old Rules
Artist: Jk Flesh
Format: Vinyl
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Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. JK Flesh is the pseudonym employed by Justin K Broadrick for his solo work within the realm of heavy/mutant techno/electronica - informed by industrial, dub, power electronics and the extreme excesses of electronic music driven by beats and bass. Justin initially used this pseudonym in Techno-Animal with co-conspirator Kevin Martin (The Bug, King Midas Sound). Recorded by Broadrick around 2018-19, and originally intended for a 2020 release but held up due to the obvious, New Religions Old Rules thematically explores mankind's persistent obsession with indoctrination. Grinding, old industrial influenced, no wave techno for outsiders
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