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Agressor Bunx

Agressor Bunx

Agressor Bunx


Agressor Bunx are dark, relentless and audaciously aggressive. Alex and Nikolay aren’t just partners of production, but are in fact brothers, born and bred in Ukraine. Although formed in 2009, it was a few years of solitary studio time for these guys until they properly hit the scene in 2013. The Eastern European pair have graced the likes of Blackout, Ram, Program, Bad Taste, Citrus and those guys that want to feast on your organs, Eatbrain. And they’ve done so with some genuinely monstrous creations. Read more on Last.fm
Agressor Bunx are dark, relentless and audaciously aggressive. Alex and Nikolay aren’t just partners of production, but are in fact brothers, born and bred in Ukraine. Although formed in 2009, it was a few years of solitary studio time for these guys until they properly hit the scene in 2013. The Eastern European pair have graced the likes of Blackout, Ram, Program, Bad Taste, Citrus and those guys that want to feast on your organs, Eatbrain. And they’ve done so with some genuinely monstrous creations. After the success of their EP The Order last year, the duo are back on Eatbrain with their highly anticipated debut LP Properties of Addition.

Out May 29 it weighs in at a mean 18 tracks. The deeper you get, the heavier the experience. As if you’d expect anything less from these two. Seeming less like producers and more like scientists, the pair have created a concoction of textured experimental sound designs that leave you with more questions than answers. Properties Of Addition amplifies this signature even more as the brothers continue to fine-tune and develop their capability of transporting their listeners from earth as we know it to some distant dystopian land.

In fact one of the most recent tracks to be revealed from the album – Diffusion – sounds less like your average d&b track, and more like a ferocious army of androids marching your way. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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