"Bxtch Släp" by Jasmine Infiniti
Less than a year since self-released, queer and unapologetically infernal late night techno jams get remastered and pressed on vinyl by Dark Entries Records.
Bxtch Släp (2020)
Dark Entries Records
“I remember seeing The Prodigy’s ‘Smack My Bitch Up’, I was obsessed with it. I’ve also always been a huge fan of industrial, techno, dark and grimy house, anything that just sounded gritty and dark.” (via Earmilk)
Jasmine Infiniti’s newest full-length record is the sound of the late late underground: All black from head to toe, lights down low, and immense, pounding bass. It’s vicious, viscous techno music made for the kids still on the dance floor at 3:27 AM, whether anyone’s around or not. It’s also beautifully, powerfully queer: Born in the Bronx and currently based in Brooklyn, Jasmine Infiniti and her friends previously formed New World Dysorder, a regular party in Oakland and now record label focused on trans and POC creatives, performers, and musicians.
Originally self-released in March, Bxtch Släp has officially been remastered and re-released on double vinyl by Dark Entries Records. (For another great recent release from the same label, check out Group Rhoda.)
Stream anywhere or pick up the double vinyl from Dark Entries Records.