A new Dax J album is coming this April.
Titled ‘Offending Public Morality’, the release sees the techno artist weave through themes surrounding public morality, touching on issues such as drug abuse, murder, racism and prostitution.
According to the press release, the album “draws up the lines of conflict in a way that’s vivid and loud as possible; using radical sounds to document the ongoing struggle between free expression and violent repression.”
Skipping between his trademark techno sound and gritty, underground influences spanning IBM, EBM, acid and more, the new release follows up his 2015 full-length debut ‘Shades of Black’.
‘Offending Public Morality’ is out April 6 on Monnom Black. Check out first track ‘Babylon Brutality’ below.
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