- Spatial Sequence Synesthesia is Mord's 30th release and one of a flurry of records to land this year from Oscar Mulero. Last year, he joined the Rotterdam crew with Herdersmat's "Liner," a slow-burning banger that stuck to Mulero's bone-dry, driving style.
For his first proper Mord record, Mulero goes in harder. "Misophonia" delivers the industrial chug, acerbic sting and smashing warehouse sound associated with the label. The gurgling title track might be the highlight, pleasing the acid freaks who Mord occasionally throws a bone to. "Sensory Deprivation" uses a similar set of tropes, but they've been submerged in deep, chilly waters, resulting in one of the best head trips on a record full of them. Insular tracks are rare on Mord, but as Spatial Sequence Synesthesia shows, they can be just as powerful as the onslaughts.
A1 Sensory Deprivation
B1 Spatial Sequence Synesthesia
B2 Common Frequencies