For the next release on All Centre we welcome Sheffield-based diessa, who follows up a pair of excellent records for Edited Arts and Hi-NRG.
Otherworldly sound design introduces “fuck me”, morphing into a disorientating melody accompanied by a driving half-time rhythm and eerie vocal stabs. The track slowly breaks down before introducing a masterfully chopped breakbeat and bone-rattling sub bass which is sure to tear up clubs this summer.
The next track “further and further and further and further and” opens with a haunting, whispered vocal sample before clattering snares and heavy kicks enter the mix. Dubbed-out percussion hits and sirens weave around noisy hi-hats which hold down a captivating rhythm. The track switches to a disorientating breakdown and then morphs back into a driving percussive workout.
The record closes out with a remix of “fuck me” by New York based ‘Sobolik’. Retaining elements of the sound design and vocal cuts from the original track, Sobolik transforms it into an atmospheric journey through entrancing arpeggiated melodies and emotive pads.
Fuck me is available across all platforms from the 16th of July.