The two-tracker conceptually addresses the 'gatekeepers of online communication.'
Silicon Ear, out December 14th, comes with two extended tracks. The first is inspired by images of a Google data center, which Kidel uses to make an acoustic model of the space before simulating an illegal rave "without actually breaking in." On the second, the Bristolian producer "seeks to disable the functionality of voice recognition software" using a generative audio patch.
This will be first release from Kidel, who also goes by El Kid, since 2016.
Listen to a clip of "Live @ Google Data Center."
01. Live @ Google Data Center
02. Voice Recognition DoS Attack
Latency will release Silicon Ear on December 14th, 2018.