LeKtriQue Brings Back The Filth With New EP ‘Thunder’

LeKtriQue Brings Back The Filth With New EP ‘Thunder’
Christos Schrader

As the Kannibalen Records crew celebrates their third anniversary, they’re releasing a ton of music all at once. This two-track EP from LeKtriQue, one of their lesser-known artists, is a part of the celebration, and both tracks, true to their titles, are explosively energetic.

‘Thunder’ is a drumstep burner that features rapper Panther, who has become a staple of the Kannibalen family and always kills it on their releases. The production is tight, and LeKtriQue brings the bass so hard you might forget that Beatport announced the death of dubstep last week. ‘Stormtroopers’ is a bumping electro house tune that uses a very unique almost watery-sounding bassline and is definitely worth a listen.

Overall, this EP is tight, so be sure to follow LeKtriQue below and keep an eye out for several more awesome releases from Kannibalen Records in the near future.

LeKtriQue – Thunder EP | Beatport |

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Christos Schrader

I've been writing for TSS since January of 2012, and am our one and only New Jersey-based author.

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