W3C unleashed his debut release ‘Atmospheric Entry’ through Pinch’s Cold Recordings outlet last year, turning into a fittingly frosty set of dark, bass-loaded productions.
The Latvian producer takes his moniker from the World Wide Web Consortium, an international internet-focused organisation, and his music channels the futuristic potential of the interconnected web-age.
His next release is a five-track EP on Infinite Machine titled ‘State Of Absolute Alienation’, which is packed full of fraught atmospheres and bruising mechanics. Centrepiece cut ‘Bot-o’-War’ unfolds over the course of eight minutes with gripping industrial intensity. Listen below.
'State Of Absolute Alienation' is out via Infinite Machine on February 24, and will be available on Bandcamp
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