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WATCH: New South London Ordnance
The Quietus , August 22nd, 2013 07:37

Watch the new video from the rising producer featuring vocalist Brolin

The track, titled 'Black Acre', is taken from South London Ordnance's new EP, He Do The Police In Different Voices, named after the working title for T.S Eliot's modernist poem The Waste Land.

The track sees a lighter, slow-burning approach from the prolific producer aurally, whirring textures and drums diluted by radiant, burring echoes of sound and Brolin's hypnotic vocals, but the accompanying visuals tell a denser story, revealing swirling clouds of unidentified red liquid and writhing pale bodies covered in sheets of plastic in darkened rooms.

He Do The Police In Different Voices is out now on Aery Metals and can be ordered here.

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