Juliet Fox has released her new single, 'Vibrational Frequency'.
Compiled of two tracks - the titular, and 'Human Echolocation', it marks her debut on Kneaded Pains and operates on a significantly harder side of the techno spectrum.
Opener 'Vibrational Frequency' consists of thunderous kick drums plus clipped vocals, with acid hits bringing together the powerful cut.
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Second track 'Human Echolocation' employs distorted hi-hats and glitches and beeps its way through, plus heavy sub bass to make it an infectious six minutes.
“I created two tracks that focus on frequency, echoes and vibration, setting the pitch higher than usual creating a fast tempo and energy throughout," Fox explains. "It was something a little different to usual and I wanted to strip back the production to create a more raw focus on the rhythm - a word I repeat throughout the lead track.”
The single continues on from releases and remixes for names including Off Recordings, Filth On Acid and her own label, TREGAMBE.
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'Vibrational Frequency' from Juliet Fox is available now - check it out here.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag's Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter