- Record Label
- FTP / Natural Sciences
About this item
A joint release between Natural Sciences and FTP, "Texas Terrortech Volume 1" is a combination of hyper-frenetic futurism with the gritty global sound of the streets, wherever it comes from. It's the pop music on the radio, combining that with innately adaptable, yet eminently absorbable form which evolved in these different little things, all compatible, yet closely related. When they are decoded from the genome of our global musical collective, their inter-relatedness becomes even more clear, and a new perspective can be gained.
The internet made everything smaller. It turned the territory into the map, destroying the physical borders between geography and genres, reducing it into digital code, breaking it into bite-sized bits. This is the sound of the phuture digesting the people.
This is the sound of the global underground.
Matt says: Top release here by Natural Sciences and its, erm, 'natural' posterboy - Textasy. Forging a co-dependent relationship, both labels and artist seem intent on delivering the mutant hybrids of dance music's sordid history in fresh new form and flavours. This could be the Texan maverick's magnum opus! Do check it out if you're keen on wrecking the dance.
A2. Bootleg The Dawgs Out
A3. Girl You'll Never Find A Love As Good As This
B1. Kreggo Ft. MC Textasy - Sittin' N' Tippin'
B2. Shake Ya Azz
B3. I Keep Forgetting