Junksista - Sinners Delight
Electro, Futurepop Though they have recently left Alfa-Matrix that does not mean Junksista is going to stop bringing out their branded flow of sexy EBM/electro that so many of us get down to on a dark club night. This later half of 2016 is showing off their latest EP Sinner's Delight which comes packed with six tracks of straight up Junksista extravaganza. Oh, they also released a brand new music video for 'Drug', the first track on the EP, which can be streamed directly below. It's quite different from what they normally do as it's very action-oriented. Check it out: 


Now, the whole EP will be a delight for any fan of Junksista. It's catchy, fun, and can easily be tuned in for the dancefloor crowd. 'Drug' is a crunchy EBM song filled with Diana's vocals and Boog's excellent production skills. 'This Room' has a more ominous feeling to it, but cranks out a smooth electro rhythm backed by a constant booming beat. '8008' has a slight futuristic feel to it with the vocals being a bit more robotic and touched, and added effects come from guitars. 

'Jump' is a nice little track for all those dominatrix out there; Diana sings, "I say Jump / You say how high". Various other sexual innuendos throughout the song will lead you to understand that this song is all about control. The next song 'How Deep Is My Love' comes quite opposite as it's more sassy but lovey-dovey. It has an underground electronic feel to it as well. 'Slow' is actually what it appears to be; a slower track all about getting fucked nice and slow. The beat and the atmospheric sounds all contribute to that passion. 

Junksista's Sinner's Delight is perfect for already established fans of this German duo. It's sexy, has attitude, and establishes their role as one of the better electro producers out there. 
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Brutal Resonance

Junksista - Sinners Delight

7.5
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Released off label 2016
Though they have recently left Alfa-Matrix that does not mean Junksista is going to stop bringing out their branded flow of sexy EBM/electro that so many of us get down to on a dark club night. This later half of 2016 is showing off their latest EP Sinner's Delight which comes packed with six tracks of straight up Junksista extravaganza. Oh, they also released a brand new music video for 'Drug', the first track on the EP, which can be streamed directly below. It's quite different from what they normally do as it's very action-oriented. Check it out: 


Now, the whole EP will be a delight for any fan of Junksista. It's catchy, fun, and can easily be tuned in for the dancefloor crowd. 'Drug' is a crunchy EBM song filled with Diana's vocals and Boog's excellent production skills. 'This Room' has a more ominous feeling to it, but cranks out a smooth electro rhythm backed by a constant booming beat. '8008' has a slight futuristic feel to it with the vocals being a bit more robotic and touched, and added effects come from guitars. 

'Jump' is a nice little track for all those dominatrix out there; Diana sings, "I say Jump / You say how high". Various other sexual innuendos throughout the song will lead you to understand that this song is all about control. The next song 'How Deep Is My Love' comes quite opposite as it's more sassy but lovey-dovey. It has an underground electronic feel to it as well. 'Slow' is actually what it appears to be; a slower track all about getting fucked nice and slow. The beat and the atmospheric sounds all contribute to that passion. 

Junksista's Sinner's Delight is perfect for already established fans of this German duo. It's sexy, has attitude, and establishes their role as one of the better electro producers out there. 
Sep 20 2016

Off label

Official release released by the artist themselves without the backing of a label.

Steven Gullotta

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I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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