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Lee Gamble Announces Second Part Of Triptych
Christian Eede , September 26th, 2019 23:46

Exhaust sees Gamble delve further into the 'Semioblitz' theory

Lee Gamble is set to release a new EP via Hyperdub in November.

Titled Exhaust, it is the second part of a trilogy of records, titled Flush Real Pharynx, which sees Gamble delve into the 'Semioblitz' theory, a term once used by the late Mark Fisher. The theory, a press release explains, focuses on "the aggressive onslaught of visual and sonic stimuli of contemporary cities and virtual spaces". You can hear the album's lead track, 'Glue', above.

The first EP in the series, In A Paraventral Scale, which came out in February of this year, introduced the Semioblitz concept and Exhaust, a press release continues, "explores the world as we know it - explosive, chaotic, unpredictable, contradictory, intoxicating, hyper-colourful, blown-apart and disturbingly engaging in its surreality".

Hyperdub will release Exhaust on November 15.