E-Saggila returns with new album on Northern Electronics, releases versatile new single, demands your lunch money

E-Saggila returns with new album on Northern Electronics, releases versatile new single, demands your lunch money
Oh crap man, she saw you! You're in trouble now!

If this so-called “subtlety” and whatever you’re yammering on about involving “tact” are so important, then how come E-Saggila’s music gets to be so vastly badass without them? Go solve that equation, you friggin’ nerds.

Yeah, you heard me, go tell your mom on me, I don’t care. Neither does the wickedly talented one and only E-Saggila. After wiping the floor with you dorks with last year’s Dedicated to Sublimity, the Toronto power-producer is debuting on Varg’s Swedish Northern Electronics label with My World My Way, releasing August 2. (That’s right: HER way. And if you don’t like it you can meet her in the courtyard at 5th period.)

Always playing with the tensions between violent dancefloors and academic hallways, E-Saggila lets loose the best of both worlds on the new record’s first single, “Pattern Obligation.” Starting off with an adventurous IDM trip, the chronically fast-tempo track switches gears just past the halfway mark into a full on body-melting banger. That means you have about two minutes and 42 seconds to hand over the milk money before your head ends up in a urinal.

Cruising on rave, powerviolence, gabber, and heavy leather boots, My World My Way is gonna hit you so hard your grandpa will feel it. Now listen to the new track and scram, before she decides to stop being so nice, capeesh?

"My World My Way" album art by Ivan Chebotarev
album art: Ivan Chebotarev

My World My Way tracklisting:

01. Aziza
02. Crimson Liquescence
03. Stars Dying in Succession
04. Alia ft. Thoom
05. Pattern Obligation
06. My World My Way
07. One Last Midnight ft. Oil Thief

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