New York's Marcos Cabral has not so quietly been creeping up on unsuspecting victims of modern electronic music through the last years. His project as Chemotex for Trilogy Tapes singlehandly executed a type of out of sync shuffle jack not seen since the days or early Rush or even Cajual which have had floorboard pulling effects in clubs when dropped. *Download Code Included* TIP!Under his birth name, Cabral released a double lp of archive material on L.I.E.S. in 2013 which slipped under the radar yet set a precedent of what was to come as he took his sound back to his roots. An ep and a half plus some comp tracks later (you may have heard Dancing on Manhattan on Ben UFO's essential mix) and Cabral has now delivered a fully realized lp of material for 2015 the aptly titled "Buried Alive Twice"
Buried Alive Twice will not send you slam jacking to death, but rather slowly deliver you to the furthest ends of your mind. It's a subtle trip that if you're not careful will leave you smack in the middle of a Hanna Barbarra bizzaro world episode wondering how to get out of its twisted reality.
It swims, sinks, pushes, pulls, drives, crashes, gets sent to the hospital, gets operated on and sent home through these six songs. One may think this is a lot to deal with and well, yes, it is....