Fake Blood – Tell Me Nothing (Original Mix) [Preview]
Renowned for storming the comfort zones of club music with a taste for low-end manipulation, the announcement of Fake Blood’s return to the digital market did not go unnoticed. The longtime British pioneer of scatty club cuts bucks his long-overdue studio guise with a second taste of his impending Waiting EP. Historically, Fake Blood has two on-point musical settings: Bordering on the commercially viable and outright off-the-cuff. After the notably tamer tenacity of “Get Myself Together,” track number two from the three-track release bows shamelessly to latter. A plethora of shuffling grooves and disorientated leads meet in the middle, shaping this bass-fuelled cut as a powerful yet unconventional landmark amid the EP’s gradually unwinding spoils. With just one track left to unearth, all signs point to the Waiting EP being a long overdue career landmark for the Blood Music ringleader.
Release date: March 10