Minimal Violence presents their idiosyncratic brand of ferocious hardware techno with the release of a series of 3 EPs on Tresor Records.


What's new guys? Well, i have something. Today is the day to announce that Minimal Violence, a collaboration duo between Ash Luk and Lida P. who focus on the live production of electronic music through the use of hardware sequencers, drum machines and synths, will release a series of 3 EPs on Tresor Records, following their acclaimed album on Ninja Tune’s offshoot Technicolour last year. 

This very interesting duo (Minimal Violence) derive inspiration from early electronic and minimal synth works while integrating heavier UK rave and hardcore vibes. Their experience and sounds have been just getting better and better, and their work talks by itself, as they already have toured multiple times in Europe playing alongside the Lobster Theremin and Discwoman crews to name a few,  also performing at big events as MUTEK, Sustain-Release, Moogfest, Tresor, BOUND and many more.

Now, Tresor Records is pleased to welcome Minimal Violence to the label, starting with the first chapter in a series of three records entitled 'DESTROY —> [physical] REALITY [psychic] <— TRUST' to be released during the next 12 months. 

"At the furthest edges of their idiosyncratic brand of ferocious hardware techno, this first EP to be released, 'Phase One', reveals the Vancouver duo to be expertly out on a limb. Mirroring the explosive cut and thrust of their live sets, their recorded output extends a metaphysical rave."

"Phase one" brings out 4 new tracks and will be out on April 24th, 2020 on 12" vinyl and digital formats as the registration number 317 on Tresor. Stay tuned for more and scroll down for full details. 

Overview. Tresor Records is pleased to welcome Minimal Violence to the label, starting with the first chapter in a series of three records entitled DESTROY ---> [physical] REALITY [psychic] <--- TRUST to be released during the next 12 months. At the furthest edges of their idiosyncratic brand of ferocious hardware techno, this first EP, Phase One, reveals the Vancouver duo to be expertly out on a limb. Mirroring the explosive cut and thrust of their live sets, their recorded output extends a metaphysical rave.
Throughout, Ash Luk and Lida P cut their cinematic melodies into a clattering rave hole, unceasingly revising the gravitational pull in each direction. Ravebomb finds a route of no-nonsense with its unhinged endorphin rush of surging EBM style bass and rough-handed rhythms. It is followed up by an alternate version of Ravebomb, the Fire Mix, which casts its elements into a heady psychoactive cloud on a collision course with its kick drum.
Glimpses of a rhythmic waywardness coat Perfect Rendition, full of tape tics and wobble, with a push to 90s UK, beat experimentations and the pull of arching hookworms. Closing out the EP is The Next Screen Is Death, with a dystopian 80s wave sound, where short snippets of sampled mush imbue disturbed synth stabs, while arpeggiated basses drive with momentum a feverous descent in tandem with trance-echoing melodies.
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Artist. Minimal Violence
Title. DESTROY ---> [physical] REALITY [psychic] <--- TRUST Phase One
Release date. April 24th, 2020
Label. Tresor
Format. 180g. 12” vinyl and digital

Tracklist.

A1. Ravebomb (Original Mix) 04:34
A2. Ravebomb (Fire Mix) 04:21
B1. Perfect Rendition 03:14
B2. The Next Screen Is Death 04:26

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