Nick Klein – Bathroom Wall [BNK-016]

Nick Klein is an artist making electronic music born in southern Florida and based in Brooklyn, New York since 2012. Upon moving to New York the concentration of his works output has been to mine and investigate the troped qualities in various forms of electronic music, and then to realize singular directions in how to communicate these ideas himself. Alongside Miguel Alvariño he runs the music imprint Primitive Languages.

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Nick Klein – Bathroom Wall [BNK-016]

Bookworms + Steve Summers – BNK007-2 [BNK007-2]

BANK Records 7 series continues with a two tracker by Steve Summers and Bookworms. Side A features a track from long time collaborators Jason Letkiewicz and Nicholas Dawson who have showcased their signature free form sound on Letkiewicz Confused House imprint. Side B is a solo cut by Bookworms. The menacing sound of this recording is reminiscent of Dawson’s work you may have heard on his Nord release, Compact Visual Nature. Classic tracks from two of BK’s finest.

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Bookworms + Steve Summers – BNK007-2 [BNK007-2]

DJ Wey – Song For Masahiro [BANK004]

This up and coming producer is already a legend amongst the crew of techno freaks in Brooklyn. With previous releases on local imprint Lovers Rock, and releases slated for Proibito and Exotic Dance under the the aliases DJ Python and DJ Xanax, DJ Wey aka Brian Pinyero has contributed a massive 12” to Entro Senestre’s BANK Records.

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DJ Wey – Song For Masahiro [BANK004]

Nick Klein + Maoupa Mazzocchetti – BNK007 [BNK007]

Nick Klein and Maoupa Mazzocchetti recorded some wild jams while touring together last year for an Unknown Precept label showcase. Combining noisy sounds with live melodic synth riffs as well as a jacking 808, Klein and Mazzocchetti made some harsh left-of-center techno. With time signature and tempo changes mid-track, this music has a zero fucks given attitude.

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Nick Klein + Maoupa Mazzocchetti – BNK007 [BNK007]

Bookworms – Xenophobe [BANK002]

Bookworms drops cut after cut on his debut album Xenophobe. This double LP delivers 7 tracks showcasing some of his best material to date, and after listening to the title track we know Xenophobe is not going to be an average 12′. U-More is a slow and steady pulse of head nodding thump, while Illusion Flip is a hazy, bass driven track hidden behind waves of noise and warm melody. On the flip side, Showering is pure techno guided by an evolving modular loop built for the floor. Nik Dawson has no boundaries when it comes to making beats.

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Bookworms – Xenophobe [BANK002]