Selector Catalogue: The Storm (Reject Records, 2017)

September 16, 2017 at 10:06 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Selector Catalogue: The Storm

Has it really been 3 years since the last Reject Records release, and 4 since the last Selector Catalogue album? Then again, how many people are really paying attention? Jonah continues bringing the best in splintered 300BPM confusecore, combining a sense of extreme glee with a logic to beat-shredding that him and few others (such as Watabou) can fully grasp. This one’s free and it’s all winners. Highlights include the Garfield-sampling yukfest “What’s a Record Player?”, the chiptune + turntable scratch-core of “Summer Cruise”, an extended mix of the classic “Normal Sux”, and a special song created for one of the unforgettable Code Name Dracula events.

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