Album artwork for Earth 2.23 Special Lower Frequency Mix by Earth
Album artwork for Earth 2.23 Special Lower Frequency Mix by Earth

The new remix set, Earth 2.23: Special Lower Frequency Mix, makes this clearer than ever. The Bug has taken a bit of “Seven Angels” and laced it with feedback and big bass, allowing grime luminary Flowdan to climb atop it with his dark, staccato visions. Responsible for many transformational records himself, Justin K. Broadrick of Jesu and Godflesh crawls inside “Teeth” to lash at it with punishing drum machines and sordid layers of new distortion, building it into some brokedown palace of industrial mayhem. Loop’s Robert Hampson makes good on the premise of ambient metal with his 30-minute hypnotic beauty, while longtime Earth cohort and longtime Built to Spill multi-instrumentalist Brett Netson seems to float the sound through a benighted graveyard on his clever “Teeth” revamp. 

Earth

Earth 2.23 Special Lower Frequency Mix

Sub Pop
Album artwork for Earth 2.23 Special Lower Frequency Mix by Earth
12"

£24.99

Die Cut Sleeve with Art by Savage Pencil

Glacial Blue

Released 03/11/2023Catalogue Number

SP1603

Earth

Earth 2.23 Special Lower Frequency Mix

Sub Pop
Album artwork for Earth 2.23 Special Lower Frequency Mix by Earth
12"

£24.99

Die Cut Sleeve with Art by Savage Pencil

Glacial Blue

Released 03/11/2023Catalogue Number

SP1603

The new remix set, Earth 2.23: Special Lower Frequency Mix, makes this clearer than ever. The Bug has taken a bit of “Seven Angels” and laced it with feedback and big bass, allowing grime luminary Flowdan to climb atop it with his dark, staccato visions. Responsible for many transformational records himself, Justin K. Broadrick of Jesu and Godflesh crawls inside “Teeth” to lash at it with punishing drum machines and sordid layers of new distortion, building it into some brokedown palace of industrial mayhem. Loop’s Robert Hampson makes good on the premise of ambient metal with his 30-minute hypnotic beauty, while longtime Earth cohort and longtime Built to Spill multi-instrumentalist Brett Netson seems to float the sound through a benighted graveyard on his clever “Teeth” revamp.