Manchester-based producer Kerrie releases her latest EP, ‘Right To Freedom’, a 4-track offering in aid of Palestine. Running off the back of two releases on James Ruskin’s Blueprint imprint, Kerrie serves up four machine-driven cuts, airing on the side of ambient and electronica.
Kerrie continues her consistent output with a four-track EP in aid of Palestine. With releases on James Ruskin’s fabled Blueprint label, her Dark Machine Funk impint, and more, the Cork-native has been one of the stand-out new names on the technon circuit this year.
Kerrie’s been regularly throwing down at Berghain, Tresor, Radion and more, earning her stripes as a noncomformist live act and vinyl purist. Kerrie’s approcah to techno is centred around tradionalist values, through live performance, improvisation, and teeth-grinding hardware cuts, earning the DMF boss praise from some of techno’s most treasured acts.
The Manchester-based DJ and producer now unveils her latest offering which strays away from her usual brand of stomping machine-driven techno. Kerrie swaps thunderous kick-drums for deep-seated sub bass and far-reaching atmospheres as she flexes her production prowess outside of club music. Kerrie retains her hypnotic edge as she serves some rubbery syncopated synth lines on ‘Equality,’ but the lead is lies across a bed of atmosphere rather than her usual percussive sucker punches.