Gross Net - Quantitative Easing (2016)
Industrial, Wave, Electro, Synth | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 43:22 | 100 MB
Label: Touch Sensitive – TSR 006DL | Rel: 2016
Touch Sensitive surprise once again with an album for the “post-Brexit Dystopia” from local act Gross Net.
There's a whiff of the record collector to the manner Belfast’s Touch Sensitive operates; dabbling in soundtrack work from the city’s celebrated son David Holmes, scoring a Cherrystones compilation to putting out an LP from Barry Boxcutter’s conceptual side project The Host and reissuing obscure mid-70s psych rock on seven inch.
The label’s latest outing presents local Belfast act Gross Net, which began life as a joint project for Phillip Quinn (Girls Names) and Christian Donaghey from DNS act Autumns to explore other themes and ideas. After a debut, self-titled tape, Donaghey departed to concentrate fully on Autumns, granting Quinn full creative freedom of Gross Net.