Listen to Silent Servant’s Remix of Andi’s “Vanitas” pulsing wave of atmospheric old-school techno meets minimal synth from her Corpse to Corpus EP.
“Vanitas” a still-life painting of a 17th-century Dutch genre that with its symbolism conveys the transience of life, the futility of pleasure, and the certainty of death.
Harriman, being not only a skilled musician and DJ, is also an author, journalist, and noted lecturer on the subject on gothic culture and representations of death throughout the ages, most notably at the Morbid Anatomy Museum in NYC.
In addition to her academic research, Harriman is very passionate and outspoken in her activism in gender-related issues, one of the underlying themes of the EP.
“This record is about the necessary retribution of men who have harmed women through the abuse of power.”
Listen to Silent Servant remix of “Vanitas” below:
Andi is releasing her debut EP under her one-name moniker through infamous Berlin label aufnahme + wiedergabe as cataloged LIX, or the 59th release.
Corpse To Corpus, mastered by Thomas P. Heckmann, is a caustic cohesion of old-school Industrial techno beats, and EBM flourishes showcasing Harriman’s love for synthesizer-based music.
Corpse To Corpus is out on July 3, 2020.
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