Clark

Branding Problem / Legacy Pet

Throttle Records

THROT003

Clark

Branding Problem / Legacy Pet

Throttle Records

THROT003

THROT003 Clark Branding Problem 3000x Packshot
ARTIST
Clark
TITLE
Branding Problem / Legacy Pet
LABEL
Throttle Records
CAT NO.
THROT003
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
  • 22/11/2019 [INITIAL RELEASE]
TERRITORY
Worldwide
GENRE
Breakbeat Techno
FEATURING
Clark
ASSETS
MISC.
Printed inner and outer sleeve

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A. Branding Problem
  2. B. Legacy Pet

SALES NOTES

Rounding-off a landmark year for Clark which saw an accelerated drive for variety and freshness - including skewed renditions of Bach performed at the Royal Albert Hall and a hugely acclaimed score for TV series ‘Kiri’ - the leftfield legend takes it back to the source with two bangers for the massive.

The riff-powered heavy electrics of ‘Branding Problem’ romp from Detroit to Belgium via Chicago and the M25. It’s platinum-grade dancefloor techno, but it’s more too. The production flair and inventive sound sculpting ensure a level of quality and originality not found in your average grist-for-the-mill DJ fodder.

‘Legacy Pet’ is hardcore and tech step dipped in loopy juice; it’s the sound of a raver wandering out from a cavernous warehouse, across fields and into an enchanted dingily dell dance, throwing gun fingers with the goblins and faeries.

“I’ve been quite amused at how easy it is to stream background music these days. How accessible it all is and how entitled we all feel to it, like it’s some sort of air freshener you spray in your Uber.

For some reason I’m imagining a future where Elon Musk does a streaming deal, so he can prance around controlling nano implant VR chips for 1 million amortal coastal elites, while the rest of us don’t have electricity and only manage one rave a year - to a sound system powered by rationed candles. This is music for that fantasy scenario, ha.

Anyway, I don’t want these 2 tracks to be part of background air freshener world. They are limited edition club gear. I wanna play them out so badly in my live show.

Influences: Hardcore UK rave, Detroit techno, Jungle, Oizo, Ed Rush and Optical, No U-Turn. The origins, the source and it’s constant subsequent mutations. BEHOLD THE CONTINUUM, HARDCORE WILL NEVER DIE.” Clark

Published: 4th November 2019

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