L-Vis 1990, Lando Kal, and Matrixxman to Feature on Ultramajic's Second 'Metaphysix' EP

Enduring Berlin-based DJ/producer Jimmy Edgar has announced the details of the second compilation on the way from his nearly one-year-old Ultramajic label, a six-track record that will feature original productions from Night Slugs co-owner L-Vis 1990's Dance System moniker, Lando (f.k.a. Lando Kal, half of Lazer Sword), and San Francisco's Matrixxman, as well as a remix from Edgar's own Creepy Autograph alias. Like the first installment of the Metaphysix series, its second edition also has a prevailing theme which the producer's were told to explore. As should be expected from music described as "savage drum tracks slimmed down to their meanest and leanest states," Metaphysix, II: Rhythm finds the four artists working around the idea of "rhythm," resulting in a "lethal set of no-frills, drum machine-inspired workouts that demonstrate the 'less is more' maxim with sterling results."

Before the percussion-focused record drops on April 21, a full stream of lead track "Stop It," one of Matrixxman's two original contributions, is available below, where the tracklist for Metaphysix, II: Rhythm can also be found.

01. Matrixxman - Stop It
02. Matrixxman - Stop It (Percapella)
03. Lando - Loveplay
04. Dance System - RZ1
05. Matrixxman - Simulation
06. Matrixxman - Simulation (Creepy Autograph Translation)

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