From the get-go, it’s clear that Eekoo pulls no punches on the five-track EP, delivering an audial tour de force that should put the rest of the dance world on notice. The opening track, Elysium, offers a hauntingly ominous introduction to the relentless beats that follow.
B.L.A.C.K. continues to push the feeling of menace, unleashing an uncompromising barrage of horror synths and dark progressive vibes.
Dom Cobb, which we premiered last week, is an eerie and aggressive journey that offers an interesting hybrid of styles.
The title track, Hell Is Other People, is a dark and twisted techno tune that definitely feels 5uper remini5cent of 5omeone.
The EP closes off with Skeptic, a ferociously rowdy dancefloor number that should, like its name suggests, put to rest any of the doubters and skeptics.
Pick up the Hell Is Other People EP on Beatport here.