The Godflesh / Jesu man revives his electronic-focused side project.
Justin Broadrick has released Nothing Is Free, a nine-track collection under his JK Flesh alias, which he’s used as a home for “heavy/brutal electronica” that is “informed by dub, power electronics and the extreme excesses of electronic music driven by beats and bass.”
Despite its title, the set is a name-your-price release (via Avalanche Recordings) and collects material from 2013 to 2015. A note on Bandcamp suggests future JK Flesh material will be released by Electric Deluxe.
Stream Nothing Is Free below and cop it on BandCamp. In 2013, Broadrick teamed with Prurient as JK Flesh for the split Worship Is The Cleansing of the Imagination; his collaborative album with Sun Kil Moon as Jesu is due out in 2016.