Edge Slayer combines harsh noise with New Orleans bounce for self-titled EP
The latest from Brighton-based label Objects Limited.
Combining elements of noise, ambient, vogue, New Orleans bounce and the artist’s own voice, the EP charts a disorientating descent into darkness, addressing themes of queer and trans anxiety.
Currently based in Louisiana, Edge Slayer works with an LGBTQ+ team to put on events in New Orleans that provide safe spaces for trans women, including Séancé, a party specifically focused around black women, and Barbie’s Inferno, an alternative pride party.
Edge Slayer will be released on September 21 via Objects Limited, a label which focuses on female identifying and non-binary electronic producers. The release is available to preorder now, check out the cover art and tracklist below.
01. ‘Roll Me One’
02. ‘Rachet Weave I Beileve’
03. ‘More Femme’
04. ‘No Safe Space’