Vienna imprint Noiztank delivers a second release from label head Zosima

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Vienna imprint Noiztank delivers a second release from label head Zosima

The Vienna based imprint Noiztank delivers the second statement of their sound-manifesto with label head Zosima releasing three original tracks accompanied by a remix of industrial-esque pioneer Kareem of Zhark Recordings.

The E.P 'A Lady From Siberia' moves around the cutting-edge agenda of current techno aesthetics. Driven by an aura of melancholy and depression, only fragments of drama and uncontrolled violence break the stimulus of chaotic stubbornness.

Kareem's remix of 'Siberia' on the other hand is a more cohesive approach, moving away from the industrial style of the original mix. It's full of atmospherics, subtle beats, overlaid with echoing samples, bordering on the Drone Techno style.

'A Lady of Little Faith', meanwhile keeps the ethos of the industrial style, while experimenting with drone noises, samples, and chaotic cutting-edge.

Subliminal strokes of Situationist Derive and early Russian Realism are decoded in a message of multidirectional sequences, vocals and noisy atmospheric lines.

Tracklist:

A1. Siberia (Original Mix)
A2. Siberia (Kareem Remix)
B1. A Lady of Little Faith (Original Mix)
B2. The First And Rightful Lover (Original Mix)

Release Date: Mid May 2015