Hot off the heels of his Failed Gods EP, Slackk has announced details of a (sort of) new album.

Over the last three-odd years, Paul Lynch has established himself as a crucial player in the UK’s resurgent instrumental grime scene: he’s issued a string of EPs for Numbers and Local Action, put out glossy, footwork-leaning material as Patrice & Friends, and, through his regular monthly mixes, offered essential bulletins from the frontline of the scene.

Lynch’s four-track Minor Triads EP was originally released in April as a download-only EP through the ever-eccentric Unknown To The Unknown. Next month, he’ll issue an expanded version of the record on CD, featuring a clutch of material recorded contemporaneously with the original. The digital version will include seven bonus tracks, whereas the CD edition – numbered and handmade by Lynch himself – will feature nine new fresh cuts; as you might expect, sino-grime is the order of the day.

Minor Triads will arrive on November 11 through Slackk’s Bandcamp page. Slackk features alongside Mssingno and Dark E Freaker in this week’s rundown of the best new instrumental grime.

01. Seance
02. Inland
03. Wolf Creek
04. Blue Forest
05. Japanese Showerman
06. Rare For Them
07. Stasis
08. Five Venoms
09. Mirror & Flash
10. Bootie No Yoru No Ame
11. Shinai



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