"What's to those yesterday an unsolved riddle that remains to this day?"
After the few intense releases, HKE steps back their style to minimal techno and stripped electronica breakbeat that echoes early experimental phases of 2000's. Whether you enjoy your music sitting down or standing up, "Real World" and "Id Merger" take comfort in both worlds. Moonholders
"But what stops God from becoming man, if not themselves?"
Features plenty of kits that transition in and between electronica and dance-ambient sets. Listeners got weirded out at first when I threw "Choke Out" on, which made it all the better when the beat really kicked in. Tribal drum roll-out backed by a slinging drugged bassline. Add that with the synth that comes midway, and it's like playing in "A Link to the Past" dungeon club. Moonholders
"Strong enough force to subject its surroundings to movement."
Sounds about right. With this release, HKE continues streak of IDM, this time borrowing some cultures round the globe, and fixating them to be played in a club rather than a factory. Can get as jabberjawed wonky analog like "Girls" with MOD-COMM 81, or complete trash-through rave insanity like "Dragon Form HKE". Careful if that's the form they take on the set. Besides putting out insane music, who knows what else they're capable of. Moonholders