Stream “Terrain” from US producer Thug Entrancer's latest album on Software
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Arcology is Denver based Ryan McRyhew aka Thug Entrancer's second album on Daniel Lopatin's Software label. Following his 2014 debut Death After Life, this is a particularly acid techno undertaking, developed around the theme of self-contained, self-sufficient and therefore environmentally conscious architecture.
Chal Ravens writes in The Wire 385: "Where the first Thug Entrancer album Death After Life was an outsider's skewed take on house and juke, exploring the pulse of his temporary home of Chicago, Arcology feels like a synthesis of the city's acid sound with McRyhew's earlier adventures in noise and messy electronics."