Last month The Brvtalist premiered the music video for Intervention, the hypnotic first single off of Melbourne-based underground techno producer Elsabeth Dixon’s album LP1—out now on Trait Records and Instruments of Discipline.
Post-Punk.com is now streaming the full album above. Our favorite track is Technique of Self as is—Bunker Music’s—aptly describing it as “pairing a significantly punchy kick with crisp hats and a swirling vocal sample, Dixon creates a head-nodding belter”.
“I was always into post-punk, industrial, drone, noise—I guess (stuff like) Coil, Einsturzende Neubauten and Godspeed You! Black Emperor. I went to and worked in lots of clubs when I was younger, but I was never really into the music. Then I lived in Germany for a year and, when I went to the clubs there, I realised that music was what I wanted to hear.” –Read a full interview at LIFE IS NOISE