INTERNET CLUB, the incredibly prolific project of Will Burnett (Datavis, co-owner of Hexagon), has just dropped a new release out of nowhere/everywhere. PURE TRANCE continues the screwed corporate aesthetics of previous releases like Dreams 3D and Vanishing Vision, but this time with many of the track titles evoking the nightlife over capitalist dread. Interestingly, the majority of the songs here cut out abruptly, halting the otherwise smooth aesthetics of the generic samples and giving you just a brief moment of contemplation before jerking you right into another anonymous jam. Even the more ambient tracks like “OXYGEN LOUNGE” are treated with the same arbitrary chop, making for a bewildering but welcomed anti-aesthetic experience that mirrors in part the confusion, illogistics, and discontinuity of extra-sensorial modern living.

A direct link to the PURE TRANCE ZIP can be found here, and watch the video for “MAXX 999” below:

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