313 Acid Queen and Sickboy’s BUILDINGS Gets a Vinyl Repress

by | Aug 17, 2021 | Electro, Sounds, Techno | 0 comments

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Detroit Underground provided a platform for 313 Acid Queen and Sickboy‘s collaboration, BUILDINGS, back in June. By popular demand, the record label has issued a 200-copy white vinyl repress of the six-track record.

313 Acid Queen (real name Rebecca Goldberg) and Sickboy (real name Stefano Piseddu) put BUILDINGS together as a concept EP based on the visual designs contributed by Neubau Berlin. Located at various coordinates on the stylistic range between electro and techno, each song on its tracklist derives inspiration from a different Detroit landmark.

Goldberg and Piseddu have never met in person, according to a product description for BUILDINGS. The EP marks her fourth release and his second on Detroit Underground, which was founded in 1997 by Kero with a strong emphasis on visual art as well as music.

Detroit Underground has played no small role in Goldberg’s career as the title of her 2017 debut on the label became her moniker. She has also written original scores for classic films like GojiraLa Lune and Le Voyage Dans.

BUILDINGS is available in digital and white 12-inch vinyl record format via 313 Acid Queen Bandcamp.

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