Perturbator: Dangerous Days

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  • 2.7.14

Perturbator is Paris-based British electronic musician, James Kent, who produces retrofuturistic dark synth music, heavily inspired by the 80s. His latest release, Dangerous Days is a stunning album that could easily pass as a soundtrack to a dark dystopian sci-fi nightmare, with plenty of cyberpunk mentality and reeking of John Carpenter-esque intensity. On par with some already successful names of this growing retro synthwave genre like Power Glove and Mitch Murder, Perturbator seems to have a very bright future, judging from what he’s put out so far.

So if you like the eighties, electro outrun music, Carpenter’s films and music, Vangelis and Blade Runner, Akira and Neuromancer, retro video games, if you’re having nightmares of the past being like the future and vice versa, you don’t need to go far. All three Perturbator’s albums and one EP are up for name your price grabs on Bandcamp, so that’s a no brainer. Go get those and prepare to get blown away...

Album teaser clip…

Stream the new Dangerous Days album in its entirety…

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