|1.||"All To The Cosmos, Let's Go!"|
|2.||"A Wandering Sense Of Disillusionment"|
The secretive Blacknecks project emerged last year claiming to be the "new, anonymous side project of two prominent UK garage producers & remixers, known for remixing a string of top 40 singles, as well as having their own minor hit in the late noughties." The label's press release for its fourth record sees the tongue of whoever is behind Blacknecks staying firmly in cheek, stating, "following a failed demo submission to Mad Decent (note to Diplo - we can hold a grudge a VERY long time...) Blacknecks decide to self release their crossover mega hit "To The Cosmos, Let's Go!", while further explaining the EP effortlessly showcases their two-step production prowess, by not even needing to call upon it. "To The Cosmos, Let's Go!" opens this fourth Blacknecks transmission and sits alongside "Hot Legs" and what could be seen as a parody of the current vogue for deathly techno titles in "A Wandering Sense of Disillusionment Eats the Soul within this Decomposing Establishment of Pain and Suffering (Bollocks to the Custard, Where's the Suet Pudding edit)."
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