Room Of Wires :: Mastakink EP (Self-Released)

Three exp-electronic music reference points in the field of mutated IDM, glitch, and spastic beat collisions, while the original stands as a crowning achievement.

Room Of Wires continues to evolve in the explosive breakbeat electronics realm and “Mastakink” is his latest single. The title track busts through a cataclysmic and darkened industrial-electro veil that is soulfully energy-packed with blips, bleeps, and smashing drums from all angles—one of my favorites from the artist. MTCH’s rendition dissects and transfers each beat into an isolation tank—mechanical shards, dislocated rhythms, and a thin atmospheric layer rests above its punctuated sonic chaos. Valance Drakes can do no wrong—elongated glitch tones and drones are spread out evenly on his remix as slow-motion ambient flutter carefully maneuvers around crunchy pitter-patter percussion. Wolf Asylum takes the original and delivers a deconstructed braindance anthem composed of roughened chords circling a turbulent drill’n bass underbelly. Three exp-electronic music reference points in the field of mutated IDM, glitch, and spastic beat collisions, while the original stands as a crowning achievement.

Mastakink is available on Bandcamp.

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