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Hailing from Spain, Cannibal Ink is a trio that likes to build bridges, whether between musical genres, musicians or countries. We travel from Spain to New York, Berlin to Moscow and make a stop in Marseille as their first EP for Days Of Being Wild sees the duo collaborates with 4 of the most exciting artists in today's underground electronic scene. Cannibal Ink's music is also not scared to invite various music influences into their own, they borrow from disco, techno, acid, and rockabilly - There is even some loungy Rhodes in there! But far from being a massive chaos of influences, the 4 pieces here are unified by an underlying noir and underground feel that permeates their music. Opener Believe In Rock starts like what could be Run DMC, before introducing a dirty organ, 50's slap back vocals and guitars and developing into a full on slow disco bomb. A collaboration with Curses, it delivers what the New York Berlin producer does best by blending new wave tinted disco with Rock & Roll influences. Second track is a remix of the first by one of current favourite, Russian duo Simple Symmetry. Faster and darker their version discards the pop vocals and puts the distorted guitars forward above a relentless beat. Covered by a detuned synth string line and pitched down vocals, their remix is like a nightmarish take on the original. Road to Annapura starts like an early EBM track, with echoing pulsating bass and percussion. A collaboration with Berliner Freudenthal, this piece is a slow burning piece of cosmic electro, slowly grooving around oriental motives and textures drenched in reverb and echo. The EP closes with the anxious and druggy Smoking Shit.We're in more classic old school Days Of Being Wild here, perhaps due to the participation of old pal and Days' alumni daWad.The tempo is faster, the taste a bit more acid and there is some sleazy slowed down vocal loop whispering something to make sure you stay in your head. Cannibal Ink EP - out on .

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