Published Aug 13, 2020Dark techno master Alice Glass has returned with new music, a song titled "NIGHTMARES" for Sermon 3 Recordings' forthcoming anniversary compilation. The record arrives on August 28.
The Sermon 4 comp binds "a power circle of artists" for the release, including Glass, who has "laid the groundwork for her fellow mutants to come through" with her new single, and through her prolific underground internet activity in the years since her comeback.
S3R detailed the compilation further in a statement:
Through community activism, DIY shows, underground raves and online forums, Sermon 3 has become a place where underground communities from around the world can find each other. These are the well deserved and overlooked voices that power mainstream society. The black, brown, inner-city, queer, hyper-creative, boundary-pushing artists that define generations have found a home with S3R.
With Sermon 4, this home is also extended to Circa After Death affiliate Odete, deconstructed Latin club artists Meth Math, sound and art performance duo Scraaatch and Oakland visionary DÆMON.
Ghetto house legend DJ Deeon samples Roddy Ricch's 'The Box', Via App opens the chamber releasing the highly sought-after 'Electromancy (Esh Umaim Version),' whilst NEUTER//MRTRU3L0V3 flip the switch contributing a luscious deep house record.
Listen to Glass's Jupiter Keyes-produced "NIGHTMARES" below.