We’ve been a bit lazy of late, but here is something to wake us from our torpor. Cutting through our fortnight of hibernation is the submerged, seductive pop of Purity Ring‘s Ungirthed. A 7″ is coming soon via our pals at Transparent, who have followed a slinky remix from Christian AIDS with another by the engimatic Deptford Goth. We spoke to Purity Ring about quaintness, yams and Soulja Boy.
Imagine if instead of splitting up, Destiny’s Child had done the opposite. Beyoncé, Kelly and Michelle somehow merged themselves together and evolved into a giant robot Megadiva. Blank & Kytt could be the mad scientists who make it happen.
When I was 14 years old I was too busy playing Mortal Kombat and being scared of girls to remix awesome bands or make my own bombastic compositions. Maybe if I’d been born during the internet like Glass Popcorn things would be different. And while we share a teenage love of decapitation I bet he can’t do the baby fatality (he probably can).
Who better to produce a brooding, existential rap epic than our buddy Babe Rainbow? Here he makes Oakland duo Main Attrakionz even more tense than usual, hanging over their heads like a creepy, ominous cloud.