Tessier-Ashpool - Street Food EP

by Data Transmission

Liar's "machine music" label, Tessier-Ashpool, offers up a selection of tasty treats with new various artists EP, Street Food.

Although never an imprint to get bogged down in genre, TA's sound has tended to centre around techno-grime hybrids thus far. Street Food helps the label move even further away from categorisation: TryTryDieDown offer up a serene slice of galactic ambience, Rejig goes full-throttle, Denham Audio cook up a subtle breakbeat roller, and Moslem Priest's 'Ricochet' is a plain and simple mindfuck (but in a good way).

If ever proof was required that Tessier-Ashpool is at the forefront of electronic experimentation, Street Food would be it. Check out the tracks for yourself here and head to Juno from March 14th to pick up a copy.

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Liar's "machine music" label, Tessier-Ashpool, offers up a selection of tasty treats with new various artists EP, Street Food.

Although never an imprint to get bogged down in genre, TA's sound has tended to centre around techno-grime hybrids thus far. Street Food helps the label move even further away from categorisation: TryTryDieDown offer up a serene slice of galactic ambience, Rejig goes full-throttle, Denham Audio cook up a subtle breakbeat roller, and Moslem Priest's 'Ricochet' is a plain and simple mindfuck (but in a good way).

If ever proof was required that Tessier-Ashpool is at the forefront of electronic experimentation, Street Food would be it. Check out the tracks for yourself here and head to Juno from March 14th to pick up a copy.