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White Witch

from White Witch by Voltergeist



The folk tale of the haunting of Rose Hall in Jamaica is a well known one which sends shivers down the spine. Stories of unseen forces pushing visitors violently around the house, mysterious blood stains, voodoo curses and poltergeist activity are enough to unsettle even the staunchest cynic.

The track is an ode to the folk tale, and a frustrated response to the constant need for people to investigate and disprove old stories rather than to let them be. Produced several months after the release of the "Burnt & Buried" album, heralding a return to the more rootsy tech-house vibes of his two previous releases, whilst utilising acoustic guitars and live bass in a similar style to the tracks on his latest album.

Nasty, gnarly bass sounds and angry white noise, with sharp claps and a hard kick!

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from White Witch, track released January 7, 2013
"White Witch" written, performed and produced by Voltergeist, 2011.




Voltergeist Glasgow, UK

Voltergeist gripes woofy, burnt-up dub via clickytrip boomshuffles. Expanding seven levels of rave to reach rock bottom with a high top, many of his basic beats remain heavier than brick biscuits.

Hiding since Burnt & Buried, the wires are starting to wiggle...
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