“J. Tijn Remix!! All great!” - Tessela “Sounds great!” - Klose One “Yes please!” - DJ Barely Legal “Heavy” - Mosca “Spatial on point!” - Warlock “Love both original versions” - Leri Ahel “Hut 6 and the J. Tijn remix are both killer” James Fox / Severn Beach “Spatial and J. Tijn featuring on the same record will always get my vote” - WNCL “Future Grime” - Paul Simpson
After numerous live performances around Europe and the release of his “A Music for Sound Systems” full length in 2017, Infrasonics’ label boss Spatial rejoins Never Ready with two productions originally aired during his 2016 MUTEK live set and lovingly mutated into NVR003.
Low frequency perturbations fusing Spatial’s sound system culture references and trademark distortion, Netz Room’s broken techno in the key of grime defines our label’s intent to release forward bass explorations. Hut 6 follows with a ten minute warp drive across the known universe in search of a unifying field theory of techno.
The B-Side sees J. Tijn’s first foray on Never Ready with a bruk & bass out genetic resequencing of Netz Room, while Munstac returns with a sub heavy 4/4 interpretation of the title track.
Never Ready Records' third release in our establishing tetralogy continues with cover artwork from Nerog, 180g coloured vinyl and a limited pressing of 300 units.