9/10 - Brutal Resonance Magazine reviews Carbon Black

Holy smokes! First review of Carbon Black is already in from Brutal Resonance Magazine and it's a 9/10!

What do you get when you mix bass heavy electronics with attitude filled hip hop inspired vocal delivery while basing some sounds from industrial influence? You get the debut EP Carbon Black fromAmelia Arsenic. Already well known in the alternative scene for her visual arts, fashion design, and past involvement with Angelspit, she's now using all her former experiences combined to unleash her first solo outing. 

Read the full review at Brutal Resonance Magazine.

Carbon Black is released through Blind Mice Productions

I am so thrilled to be able to release my debut EP 'Carbon Black' through Blind Mice Productions.

In their words:

We're incredibly excited to announce the debut EP from Amelia Arsenic - "Carbon Black"! Featuring 4 tracks with music written & produced by Blind Mice Productions, the EP draws from hip hop and electro as much as it draws from industrial and experimental influences. The result is a beautifully violent collision in space-time unlike anything fans would have come to expect from the fashionista frontperson, best known for her design label "A is for Arsenic" and DJ sets the world over.
A singularity of two artistic worlds colliding to forge a new dimension of music and art, Blind Mice Productions is proud to be the vessel for this groundbreaking EP. With on-point electro sounds combined with raw analogue growls, "Carbon Black" is a varied, succinct emergence in sound for the musically open-minded who appreciate the dark side in pop, electro and bass music.

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