Posts Tagged ‘Mortem’

January 11, 2017

As if we need more vindication of our faith in k?d’s brilliance, the incognito production genius has unleashed a new one named Vindicta. This “sequel” to prior banger Mortem is dark and foreboding, with mecha like sound effects that add to its growing sense of dread and danger. k?d has fashioned a thriller in every sense. The hair on the back of my neck rises to its unsettling energy. I’m sure we’re headed into battle of some sorts, and I’m ready to take on that future with k?d’s heaving synths buzzing through my veins and his acid washed bass quaking through my bones. No doubt Vindicta is very different from k?d’s last few gems, a reminder of the producer’s skill and versatility. Vindicta is a free download, here.

October 29, 2016

It’s one of my favorite weekends of the year, when goblins and ghouls, witches and werewolves come out in droves to play. Who else but enigmatic electronic genius k?d would put us in exactly the right mood to celebrate with a creepy dark new original? Mortem is a jolting explosion of eerie electro. It punches hard and buzzes strong, leaving a trail of quivering exhilaration with every one if its crepuscular beats. If Justice were to throw a haunted house party for Halloween, I’d expect to hear something as gloriously spooky as Mortem. Snag the haunting thriller for free from Toneden.