Taking its track names from chapter headings of the Xenofeminist Manifesto, the 'White Nurse' EP channels Jennifer Walton's frustrations as a fan of Power Electronics, a genre constantly flirting with fascist imagery. The EP instead proposes a more constructive and critical aesthetic, pointing towards the Xenofeminist manifesto as a collection of ideas allowing for transcendence of the current state of gender and body politics that is often tied down in ideas of what is 'natural' and therefore 'right'.
'If nature is unjust, change nature!' - XF manifesto
In 7 blistering tracks noise pour from the tips of frayed nerves, disembodied voices scream and croak and ancient emotions are warped into unrecognisable forms. The growing pains of a new humanity becoming.
Stunning ambient edits of mainstream trap bangers from a fresh voice on the horizontal scene. Ditching the beats Violet focusses on the ambient pads & runs with them like he was being chased, as distant echoes of the originals look on from afar. TheSlowMusicMovement