Flange Face / Seven Years of Bad Luck for Fun
by The Gaslamp Killer

— Released 20th August 2012 on Brainfeeder

In anticipation of the release of his debut full-length album Breakthrough, The Gaslamp Killer offers a taste of the ominous urgency that infiltrates his sound with “Flange Face / Seven Years of Bad Luck for Fun”.

“Flange Face (with Miguel Atwood-Ferguson)” rattles into being from a scratchy dissonance and soon descends into a distorted, doom-filled drama. Twisted with tension and hemmed in by a smack of solemn strings, the track operates on a frequency of pure horror. “Flange...

In anticipation of the release of his debut full-length album Breakthrough, The Gaslamp Killer offers a taste of the ominous urgency that infiltrates his sound with “Flange Face / Seven Years of Bad Luck for Fun”.

“Flange Face (with Miguel Atwood-Ferguson)” rattles into being from a scratchy dissonance and soon descends into a distorted, doom-filled drama. Twisted with tension and hemmed in by a smack of solemn strings, the track operates on a frequency of pure horror. “Flange Face (Low End Theory Edit)” takes it to the club, a bass-heavy gut puncher stripped down to the beats. 

With loose drums and a rash of razor-covered synths, “Seven Years of Bad Luck for Fun (with Dimlite)” unsettles into a bath of cold shudders. Inky shadows lurk just beneath the surface, dark reflections of the monsters that are strung between the beats. 

Suggestively sinister, The Gaslamp Killer’s latest release is a glimpse of the artist’s contorted sonic landscape, a frightening world of chattering evil and chills that bite into the spine.

Flange Face / Seven Years of Bad Luck for Fun
by The Gaslamp Killer

— Released 20th August 2012 on Brainfeeder

Digital

MP3 (BFDNL034)
£1.70
 
16-bit WAV (BFDNL034W)
£2.10
 

Digital

MP3 (BFDNL034)
£1.70
16-bit WAV (BFDNL034W)
£2.10

Tracklist

  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    Flange Face
  2. 2
    Flange Face  (Low End Theory Edit)
  3. 3
    Seven Years of Bad Luck for Fun
  4.  
    Play All (3)
  1. 1
    Flange Face
  2. 2
    Flange Face  (Low End Theory Edit)
  3. 3
    Seven Years of Bad Luck for Fun
  4.  
    Play All (3)

In anticipation of the release of his debut full-length album Breakthrough, The Gaslamp Killer offers a taste of the ominous urgency that infiltrates his sound with “Flange Face / Seven Years of Bad Luck for Fun”.

“Flange Face (with Miguel Atwood-Ferguson)” rattles into being from a scratchy dissonance and soon descends into a distorted, doom-filled drama. Twisted with tension and hemmed in by a smack of solemn strings, the track operates on a frequency of pure horror. “Flange...

In anticipation of the release of his debut full-length album Breakthrough, The Gaslamp Killer offers a taste of the ominous urgency that infiltrates his sound with “Flange Face / Seven Years of Bad Luck for Fun”.

“Flange Face (with Miguel Atwood-Ferguson)” rattles into being from a scratchy dissonance and soon descends into a distorted, doom-filled drama. Twisted with tension and hemmed in by a smack of solemn strings, the track operates on a frequency of pure horror. “Flange Face (Low End Theory Edit)” takes it to the club, a bass-heavy gut puncher stripped down to the beats. 

With loose drums and a rash of razor-covered synths, “Seven Years of Bad Luck for Fun (with Dimlite)” unsettles into a bath of cold shudders. Inky shadows lurk just beneath the surface, dark reflections of the monsters that are strung between the beats. 

Suggestively sinister, The Gaslamp Killer’s latest release is a glimpse of the artist’s contorted sonic landscape, a frightening world of chattering evil and chills that bite into the spine.