Xiamen, China-based, Bulgarian veteran experimental Electro mastermind Petar Tassev, aka MANASYt has been rocking his own brand of “Nurolektro” since 2003.
The eclectic DJ and producer is responsible for a vast array of menacing titles on labels such as Bunker, Touchin’ Bass, Kommando 6, Musar and about 40 other labels worldwide. An artist who couldn’t care less about trends or hype, and whose main driving force is that authentic passion for the genre. Some of his tunes resemble a future horror movie soundtrack, others a visit to a mental clinic but most sound like what exactly hostile aliens would listen to while attacking the earth.
MANASYt has just dropped his latest album, “The Genetic Lottery”, via Leipzig‘s independent label Lunatic Records.
On this record, the artist shows his own dystopic view on the random game of life. Black or white? Women or men? Sexuality? IQ? State? Religion? Destiny or the American Dream? The darkness of this record’s sound doesn’t really leave a choice to answer. Between fast-edged drums and off-key harmonics, you get thrown into the ups and downs of a likewise horrible as an appealing fever dream in seven sequences.
WL//WH is glad to premiere the profoundly hypnotic, subtly disturbing and mindfully constructed, minimal cut “Treatment #8” that unfolds over a light crackling bed of crisp broken beats and sneakingly humming bass ripples, surrounded by obsessive eerie frequencies and pulsing spirals of desolate glossy synth motifs, slowly swirling and droning into a heady expansion of multi-dimensional moods striving for inner deep clarity.
MANASYt‘s new album, “The Genetic Lottery”, is out today via Leipzig‘s label Lunatic Records. The vinyl 12″comes in a handmade screen printed full-cover, limited to 300 copies. Download code included.
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