- Words: Lulu McAllister
Would the real “Disturbia” please stand up? This remake, by East German singer/songwriter/producer/e-poet AGF (a.k.a Antye Greie) is truly disturbing—far from danceable, more appropriate for a séance or a night spent among friends in the local cemetery. This creepy, grimy track plods along through a haunted house of chopped-up echoes and distorted whispers, low frequency bass and well-timed silence. If The Ring III is looking for the perfect final addition to its soundtrack, I think we’ve found a good candidate.
AFG’s new album Symptoms will be out in February on Bpitch Control. Lulu McAllister
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