Ziúr announces new EP, premieres new track to help turbo-charge your depressing snoozer of a work week

Ziúr announces new EP, premieres new track to help turbo-charge your depressing snoozer of a work week
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Who says visceral club music can’t be part of a healthy, active lifestyle? Noisy upstart Berlin-based futuristic club/industrial producer Ziúr has been personal-training industrial dance aficionados how to thrash themselves thin ever since blasting out her debut Taiga EP on Infinite Machine label earlier this year. But due to her incredibly high stamina, she’s already back on the prowl with her new Deeform EP, which drops September 16 on Objects Ltd.

In addition to the night-time squall and asses-hitting-concrete beats you’d expect to hear emanating from the punk-est, most post-apocalyptic gym on the planet, the new EP’s five tracks are awash in chopped-and-screwed vocal samples, vaguely ominous urban environmental noises, barking dogs, and Skynet security system glitches, all of which are meant to evoke “cityscapes and dimming lighting when the streets meet dusk.” In other words: this music is engineered to make you flip your shit no time. “My testing ground [for my own music] is when I work at a venue and I do a sound check,” Ziúr says. “If people freak out, then I know that it’s a good track.”

And, well, speaking of tracks… why not start training for the intense anaerobic effort of losing your shit in a club full of futuristic robo-vampires RIGHT NOW with the premiere of the new EP’s second cut: a swarming, calisthenics warm-up jam called “Collar Bone.” After all, unless you’re a T-1000 robot or something, you’re gonna want to get all your bones, muscles, and tendons nice and limber before the actual EP comes out. Get crackin’.

Deeform EP tracklisting:

01. Deeform
02. Collar Bone
03. noR3gRts
04. Himalaya
05. Bud Dallas

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