Gloomy techno loaded with energy.
With a name like Guilt, there could be some influence here from producers like Regis and Silent Servant, who take inspiration from Catholic tradition and iconography. But this record is more than just hero worship—it's fierce, kinetic techno that would feel macho if it weren't so lithe. All three tracks lunge from the speakers in different ways. "We Thought We Were" has the tightness of old Downwards records, while "Demiurge" has thick acid textures lush with decay. "Cult Leader Of My Youth," which spreads out like a spore cloud, might be even better, each little noise like a spark in flammable atmosphere. Løt.te's "Deception Mix" of "We Thought We Were" offers a different perspective, more about rhythm than texture.