Randomer’s latest offering on wax spoils us with three tracks on ‘We Laugh, We Scream‘. According to Hemlock, this three tracker is labeled as “deranged acid breakbeat music.” The title track is Randomer’s induldgence in acid sounds with a warehouse beat under it and echoed vocals. My favourite track, ‘Nar,’ sounds like Grime on Acid with a 2012 facelift, with early 2000s strings with whispering vocals, and with what sounds like industrial pneumatic valves opening and closing . The third and final track ‘Freak Dub’, according to the label, sounds like house made by Dillinja. ‘We Laugh, We Scream’ is out on 15th October on Hemlock Recordings.
Read the Hemlock press release here, it sums up this release perfectly:
“Randomer’s a dirty boy. And this is one of his dirtiest yet. Proprietary EDM trend-forecasting software has predicted year on year growth of deranged acid breakbeat music. We give you We Laugh We Scream. Nar: A timely response to the proliferation of industry “Yes men” Freak dub: If Dillinja made House?”