This is the sixth release for the label following the No Symbols 005 12″ earlier in the year.

Beneath returns with a new EP on his No Symbols label.

The London producer has uploaded previews of the three tracks to SoundCloud, explaining that he wrote ‘Fuck Ya’ll’ on a hot summer’s day when he was feeling pissed off and suffering from hay fever: “I was just thinking fuck everyone,” he comments.

He also says that when he played ‘Lifted’ – a cold-hearted slab of mutated bass – a “really high” guy from the crowd gave him a kiss. ‘Cack’ sees an avalanche of bleeps and drones collide with hollowed-out toms on a song that someone told Beneath was more “concrete” than his usual stuff: “But fuck knows what they were on about.” It’s out October 28 – hear a preview below.

Beneath has been busy putting out releases on his other label, Mistry – which he launched in 2014 – including the politically charged 66 Rebels EP from Bristol-to-London producer Laksa. [via RA]



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