If 2020 has proved anything it's that Bristol was always go its own way.

When Black Lives Matter protests swept across the country, attention began to become focussed on visible representation of our Imperial legacy.

In Bristol, they took matters into their own hands - and hurled a slave trader's statue into the harbour.

A city that retains a devout sense of its own independence, Bristol is Eli Brown's home city, a producer whose dark, brooding aesthetic splices together the harder edge of techno with elements of soundsystem culture.

An electronic musician whose time has come, he matches ghost-like echoes to a sense of something human, fusing the disorienting impact of synthetic sound to low end abstraction.

It's all done with a sense of directness, though, something that is emphasised on new single 'Killer'.

Aptly named, it's a potent, heady piece of electronic fare, in which moments of murky digitalism come shot through with light.

A defiant return, we're able to share Eli Brown's new 'Killer' visualiser.

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