T.D.D. stands for Test-Driven Development, a software development process relying on software requirements being converted to test cases before the software is fully developed and tracking all software development by repeatedly testing the software against all test cases.
It also stands for The Dancing Devil, a Colombian DJ and producer based in Medellín focused on turning aesthetic and raw music into a dance cult.
The latter is the one that matters here: After bringing his ritual to temples such as Ravetop, Analogue Texture, HomeMort, NEA$, and Soil Records, T.D.D. lands on his neighbourhood label Sonidos Subterraneos as part of the third & last volume of “Estado De Golpe”, a VA series born to draw attention to the abuse of the Colombian people by their own government.
Besides T.D.D., Tassilo Vanhöfen, Harlem Electronics, Stas Zavyalov, Mule Driver, Bound By Endogamy, Jack Carel, First Aid Tech, King Rambo Sound, Anatolian Weapons, Undisclosed 1122, Monotonegative, among others, joined the cause.
Premiered here, “Circular Sur 303” is an angry and aggressive theme filled with ominous synth stabs and a ferocious acid layer, resulting in a stunning Industrial-meets-EBM-meets-Dark-Techno cut devoted to making any corrupt scumbag remember THE TRUE POWER BELONGS TO THE FUCKING PEOPLE!
You can find (and buy) this and other music pearls on the Bandcamp page of the label.