Review: With their new EP entitled ‘Freedom Of Fear ‘, The KUSP project demonstrates their special touch of energetic techno induced by rave and hypnotic sounds ready to explode on the dancefloor. This EP comes with 5 brand new tracks of pure and edgy techno, ideal for anyone who likes dark and precise industrial sounds. Very nice!
The KUSP project, formed of two friends rekindling their love for electronic music, has seen the duo release on the likes of Suara, We Are The Brave, and Odd Recordings since 2018, picking up heavy support from the likes of Alan Fitzpatrick, Charlotte De Witte, Adam Beyer, and of course Radio Slave along the way.
Most recently, KUSP joins Rekids Special Projects with the rumbling ‘Freedom Of Fear EP’ to be out on 22nd January 2021.
Across ‘Freedom of Fear’, KUSP display their knack for crafting high intensity, uncompromising techno, perfectly fitting the criteria for the heavier Rekids sister label. From the evil-sounding ‘Circulus’ through to the grinding textures of ‘Xerox’, the duo never strays from the tried and test 4/4 across the five tracks, amassing a crushing array of dancefloor weaponry on a vital label breathing fresh ideas into the world of techno.
KUSP ‘Freedom Of Fear EP’ drops on Rekids Special Projects on 22nd January 2021. Stay tuned!