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Boomkat Product Review:
Adrenalized hardware rave attack from Vancouver’s Ashlee Lúk & Lida P aka Minimal Violence on the triumphant finale of their Tresor trilogy started in 2020
In line with their powerful workouts for Technicolour, the four tracks draw uchronic lines between ’90s cybergoth metal, hardcore acid techno, breakcore and strapping EBM kinks with results that wouldn’t sound out of place on the Blade soundtrack or at peak times in your local leather dungeon. It’s built for thrills and spills, mainlining some proper ‘90s bloodlust-in-the-club fervour on ‘Flatline’ (early hours at Blaises backroom for them what know, lol) and upping the crazed ante with flesh tearing arps on ‘Cold (Sex)’. They deliver to the big rooms shades away from Jasss epics on the meat motoring acid techno ripper ‘We Suffocate on the Violence of Light’, and take no prisoners with a barrage of CDB-like brittle boned breaks that launch into ramrod hardcore in ‘Focus on That Form’.