Last handful of this dank & entrancingly haunted piece of DIY dream-synth-pop from rising goth-duo out of Bristol: Fever 103° –

We’re real glad to have our hands on the very last handful of this fine piece of DIY tape, delivered to our door just the other day, directly from the source.

Fever 103° have been making a name for themselves as part of the infamous Avon Terror Corps movement here in the city, with live shows (sigh) around town and further afield in Paris, connecting with their roots.
The vaporous chamber sonics & gritty machine-driven underbelly make for a hypnotising concoction of energies, where Margot’s voice is followed by infinite trails of reverberation, following her whispered lead like a ghost in the shadows, shape-shifting through subtly shimmering tones.
Paul’s drum work forges new paths into hellish territory, that takes in hardcore techno, EBM and industrial etiquette, urging forward and backward like a tide against the rocks, at night time, injecting the dirt, and the dread.
Each track goes to places, like real songs do, but don’t ever think that there is light at the end of the tunnel – Fever 103, prefer to steer clear from the burning sun light which blinds you from seeing the darkest truths.

‘Cult Leader’ and ‘you’re so sad’ previously made a mark as part of ATC compilations, and this cassette also features a remix of Bristol’s long-running ‘Spectres’ with French Margot at the controls, and a remix of Bokeh-signed ‘Run To Mall’ by Tokyo’s Mars89.

45 minutes of escape, with no return in sight –
take the trip and raise a glass for Lucifer.

C45 cassettes in black shell.
Each cassette comes with a black foil pouch of rose buds.
Artwork by kin40k.

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