Free DL: Thanat()s EP 002 'La Muerte'

September 12, 2014 -


Some believe techno to be an acquired taste, especially in a time when much of the genre is shrouded by other trends.  Its limited exposure further retains it's stereotype as soulless computer music. A listen to the selections on Thanatus International's most recent compilation would prove otherwise. Gripping and spooky cuts from Lewis Beck and Medina explore the dark depths of the soul - the id that lies within, while subtle "Barz" by Bob Gravity nods a head towards casual vice. Check out the rest of the EP below with tracks from J Slusher and Cream Dream and download it for free here.

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