2017-09-15T16:34:00-04:00 2017-09-15T16:56:38-04:00

Saint Cole track 'Fake Life' gets a boisterous and ethereal remix from electronic band Vessels [Premiere]

Super Computer A.V is the exciting label project from Leeds (UK) based producer, Nic Marsden aka Saint Cole, and animator, Martin Kolcak. The former supplies the label its debut release, a bold EP titled Simple Demonic Motion, of three-hefty, broken and expansive techno tracks with clout and futuristic ambience. They invite the also Leeds (UK) based electronic band Vessels to remix the sub-thudding "Fake Life", which EARMILK are hyped to be premiering today.


Vessels turn the electrifying and siren yelling original "Fake Life" on its head, reducing the pace, lengthening the transitions, though still manage to retain power and low-end beef throughout. But most impressive is how they unleash the most sumptuous breakdown of gushing synths, which last the entire middle third of the track and will send you into an almighty trance.

All in all, it makes for a potent first offering for the label and suggests that Saint Cole and Vessels are artists to watch very closely.

Vessels are about to embark on a European tour that begins at the end of September in Leeds, taking on a further 5 UK dates before hitting the continent and circulating 9 dates in France, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Spain. 

Super Computer A.V have are active on Bandcamp and are currently offering a free download of a secret bonus track. What are you waiting for? Saint Cole "Fake Life" (Vessels remix) is out on 18th September as part of the Simple Demonic Motion EP

Premiere · Progressive · Techno


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