The Bunker Readies New 12" from Løt.te
- Words: Glenn Jackson
- Photo: Seze Devres
Launched earlier this year, the label arm of NYC club night The Bunker will issue its fourth release later this month in the form of a two-track 12" from Turkish-born producer Løt.te. Now a Brooklyn resident, Løt.te is said to have been a longtime friend of The Bunker crew whose early work focused on dense soundscapes, noise, and power electronics, often under the name Rote Productions. More recently though, he has made moves towards crafting techno, which is what the label plans to showcase on the forthcoming Pressure Chant EP with a pair of tunes that are said to favor a "natural, analog feel."
Løt.te's debut on The Bunker is slated to land on April 28. In the meantime, preview clips of both "Pressure Chant" and "Private Transgressions" can be heard below.
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