562 // Khorumi – Sword Dance

Khorumi cooked a savoury cut for his debut on CSC Records.

We have the faintest who the Clebards are. They must have done something really awful to someone from the CSC Records crew, though. The French label wouldn’t name an entire VA series to difame them without a good reason. Jokes asside, the third volume of “All Clebards Are Bastards” hits the virtual shelves embbeded in lust and obscurity furnished by six cold-blood killers made with love, EBM, and Industrial by Jean Louis Auguste Mescouilles, Incendie, Sirap, Kenny Campbell, Gneiss, and Khorumi. Premiered here, the latter’s contribution.

Hailing from Batumi, the second largest city in Georgia, David Abramoshvili is the mastermind behind the DJing & live project Khorumi. No fluffy sounds here. Frenzied darkness for intelligent dance floors only! Consider “Sword Dance” a fair warning: Wrapped in a fat bassline and an eerie synth layer, his razor-sharp bit for the compilation is not a track that would fit everywhere. Not every audience is keen of such impactful temperament. Tread carefully!

You can find (and buy) this and other music pearls on the Bandcamp page of the label.

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