Oh damn, Bintus takes Colonel Abrams' 80's hit, "Trapped" and gives it a proper update. This is what you call crazy ass good. Bintus is the man behind the London based Power Vacuum imprint. If you like acid and techno and bass, check 'em out.
PS, here's the Hell Interface (a Boards of Canada moniker) remix of "Trapped" from 1997 via the Skam imprint. Speaking of Boards of Canada, we can't wait for their new album, Tomorrow's Harvest. Music Has the Right to Children in '98 is such an important album, definitely inspiration for why Magnetic is here today. Anywho, Warp will be releasing the new Boards of Canada album—their first album in 8 years—on June 11th. All the clues and teasers since Record Store Day this year have been true. Did you see this video teaser? Or this 90-second commercial that aired on Cartoon Network's Toonami block.
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