T.O.P reviews: Umwelt – The Invisible Enemy- LINDA records

An EBM smack on the mind, Umwelt‘s perverted beats are landing in Linda records, adding to the label’s phenomenal repertoire another late night body creeper, delivered by the unique French producer.

The stops of the journey:

“The Invisible Enemy” runs away from the ordinary, chasing virgin minds with its naughty kicks and conspicuous snares.

“Bleeding sky” adds to the suspense of this highly conceptual record and it gives you the goosebumps, those you’ ve been avoiding like a curse. Here it is again, all above you, the red sky of regrets and dizzy hopes. Slow, mystical and sacred, cropping up through fragmented beats.

“Oceanic feeling” like the one of your desperate dreams, an almost static flow of energy parading over demanding synths, in a maze of disobedience.

When an artist like Umwelt joins forces with a first-class record label like Linda, we then experience this excessive piece of art. The EP comes with an exclusive LINDA A3 poster art by Teresa Espadafor Diaz

releases September 27, 2019