The EP is a celebration to staying true to their sound, always embellished with verse-chorus structures and spontaneity, rather than a nostalgic approach to the sort of electro revival we’re living. They ‘blame’ Dark Entries’ founder Josh Cheon’s for the release, but they actually seem quite happy about it. “Without him, those tracks would have been lost forever!”, says Michael Amato, aka The Hacker.
But this release is not the only remarkable one. Kittin just launched, this past Friday November 2, her latest album, titled Cosmos, a twelve-track LP where the French DJ returns to her origins – both musically as in her stage name. But today we speak with the both of them about New Wave, EBM, Bakalao, and a possible meeting to record new material in the future.