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General News / February 6, 2017

Liquid City Motors is next up on Glacial Industries

General News / February 6, 2017

Liquid City Motors is next up on Glacial Industries

“Current Source, like the whole Liquid City Motors project, is a product of my experiences in front of a sound system.”

Irish label Glacial Industries follows up v1984’s EP with a new release by Liquid City Motors. ‘Current Source’ will arrive on February 24.

Talking about the forthcoming release LCM says, “It represents spazzed-out dance floor catharsis, deference to the progenitors of Midwestern club music, and a manic obsession with the production, replication, and perception of recorded sound. The 5 tracks are each a translation of an evening’s mood into a stereo audio file using newfound production techniques coupled with a familiar set of tools and my understanding of how to communicate with nonverbal sound.

“The artifacts of those initial sessions have been refined over time in an attempt to find balance between sonic objects in motion and create kinetic energy in front of the speakers. The result is an honest expression of my musical instincts, the sound of global influences in a local context.”

Listen to the near 7-minute long titular track below. Click here to pre-order the EP.