Exclusively Stream 'HMRC', A Spaced Out New Track From BLM

Founded in 2006 by BLM and Jay Massive, Fear of Flying Records was intended to be an outpost for the deeper expressions of house and techno. Listening back to the label’s wealthy discography some nine years later, it's patently clear that the pair have succeeded in doing exactly, employing the sounds of people like Leif and Schatrax alongside the pair’s own productions. The next cut to be released on the FoF catalogue comes from label head BLM and its set to land next month, just after the crew's takeover of Room Three on 30th of May.

Time wise this is a bit of a blessing for us as the masters have just landed and been cleared for us to present a full stream of track, ‘HMRC’. Working in some pretty luscious synthscapes the track sees BLM present a kind of machinic space voyage utilising an over worldly aesthetic, showing a different side of the producer's studio pursuits compared to his more dancefloor focused works.


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