drey’s review published on Letterboxd:
As a music, techno builds such an architecture that takes “Techne”, the spirit or soul, if you will, and melds it to the machine, a thing enslaved to the rhythm of production.
Underground resistance is a label for a movement, a movement that wants change by sonic revolution. We urge you to join the resistance and help us combat the mediocre audio and visual programming that is being fed to the inhabitants of Earth.
art as theory, as survival and strength of a community. also when rhythmic reminds prod rate and what it is to be treated as a machine relegated to labor. quite essential as a quick reminder on how impactful political resistance is/has been.