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Boomkat Product Review:
Mangled hiphop/noise/techno amalgams from new Young Turker Nolife.
The unpredictable Young Turks A&R comes good again with this collection of sonic warfare from NYC by way of Albany, NY producer NOLIFE.
Pillaged from Bandcamp off the back of a limited, self-released tape, Brooklyn sewer dweller NOLIFE delivers a veritable sonic assault on life in NYC that sorta sounds like Prurient producing for Death Grips.
Screaming into gear with the violent storm that is UNKNOWN, NOLIFE briskly displays a canny knack for squeezing all the latent brutality out of harsh riffs, occasionally dipping into horrorcore dubstep and ending on the Demdike violating boom bap sounds of UNCARING.
A nice transatlantic counterpart to the deconstructed hardcore tropes of his YT labelmates Amnesia Scanner.