- Words: James Eaton
- Photo: Nathan Gibson
A self-described "collective of like-minded artists raised in and around the rural outskirts of Manchester," ∆kkord is both a production outfit and a record label whose first release came out this past Monday, with vinyl set to drop on March 5. The deeply pulsating "Submerged" isn't one of the three cuts on that record, but nonetheless exhibits the group's abilities when it comes to meshing quality sound design with striking dancefloor grooves. Hear more examples of ∆kkord's genre-straddling work in the preview of its new 12", after the jump.
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