Moa Pillar "Torchlight"
Fuselab, the Russian purveyor of all-around weird and pretty electronic sounds, has released a new EP from Moscow-based producer Moa Pillar. A standout from Hunting, "Torchlight" is a heady, bass-infused number that sounds something like a mutant, Hyperdub-esque take on grime, complete with ghostly vocal snippets which engage in a kinetic interplay with some frantic percussion. Moa Pillar's new release is available now as a pay-what-you-like download, here.
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