Ever since those early Glitch and Breakcore release, Kid606 has always put an intense stamp on the cultural landscape. With allusions to Stanley Kubrick, post-apocalyptic Sci-Fi and Crunk, Kid606′s new EP, entitled ‘Let’s Get Radioactive (Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love Nuclear Energy)’, boasts an eclectic range of influences.
The new EP features three original tracks (Let’s Get Radioactive, We Call It Life, Crude World), five remixes, an acapella version of the titular track and a brief “epilogue” at the end. Remixes come from Deathface, Wad Of Money (Dolby Anol) and Duke Slammer (Luke’s Anger).
The visually arresting cover can be attributed to his old friend and collaborator, Droon, who has been responsible for some of the most memorable artwork in Breakcore and the wider Electronica scene for the past 10 years.
Stream the eponymous track below while you wait for the EP to come out on December 12 on his own Tigerbeat6.
https://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F26501133 Kid606 – Let’s Get Radioactive (Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Nuclear Energy) by Tigerbeat6