For nearly a decade, charted their own singular course chart topping singles that exist at the intersection expansiveness and danceability. The electronica group’s seminal releases — such as “Tarantula” and “The Most Dangerous Game” — served to solidify Pleasurekraft as one the global electronic sphere’s most inventive acts. Their brand atmospheric techno gathered them support from such genre heavies as , , , and more.
Now, the group have released their debut album, Friends, Lovers, & Other Constellations. The project shifts from the thunderous rhythms on standout singles such as “Tarantula” in favor an expansive, atmospheric soundscape.
The LP is “something akin to a musical mission statement,” says the group. “To prove that there is more to dance music than just a 4/4 beat, cliche drug references, and party themed vocals.”
From Casey Gerald’s thought-provoking sermon on “G.O.D. (Gospel Doubt)”, to the searingly cynical “Corpse Reviver Number 1″, this debut album is wholly visceral on a musical and thematic level.”