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RCD015 | 2023-05-04  
The Cult welcomes onboard Kiz Pattison, a man who has consistently released on some of the best techno and progressive labels over the last few years. His outings on Selador and Renaissance have found favour with progressive giants such as Nick Warren, Anthony Pappa and many more. Here he debuts on Rhythm Cult with a slice of slickly produced dark melodic house music that showcases his undeniable talent.

The lead track, the aptly titled ‘Dark Noises In Dirty Rooms’, starts this five-track EP with a hypnotic throbbing groove, locking in the dancefloor before building to a meltdown of bit-crushed effects. This is a dystopian future house that shows the robots still know how to groove. Next up, Rhythm Cult label head Paul Loraine steps up on remix duties for (unbelievably) his first outing on Rhythm Cult, turning out a glitch-laden seven-minute sonic trip into dark house territory. He builds the momentum before a reprise of dub-laden chords elevates the finale. Another first on the label sees Lee Jordan and Robots With No Soul join the remix team. First, Jordan known for monster remixes on the likes of Framewerk’s Capital Heaven brings his progressive touch to proceedings. He fuses breaks and widescreen sound design for a sonically on-point remix. Finally, Robots With No Soul flick on the strobe lights to transform the gorgeous deep original version of ‘Connekt' into a pounding late-night techno dancefloor destroyer.

With new artists brought into the fold the Cult continues to grow and spread its unstoppable sound…

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