Exclusive: Stream Doublethink Prism's insane debut LP, A Prism Inside Your Pregnant Mind

Exclusive: Stream Doublethink Prism's insane debut LP, A Prism Inside Your Pregnant Mind

The forward-thinking electronic duo are making some captivating music right now.

We've been covering Perth-based experimental electronic duo Doublethink Prism since the project was launched in 2016, and this Friday they release their debut LP, A Prism Inside Your Pregnant Mind. The twisted brainchild of Alyian (Steven Aaron Hughes of Usurper Of Modern Medicine/Injured Ninja) and Splodge (Marcus John), A Prism... is 10 tracks of experimental electronica and hip hop that is as captivating as it is challenging. Channelling the likes of The Prodigy and Death Grips, it's a cacophony of violent delights, with Splodge's intense spoken delivery melding with Alyian's warped production for an uncompromising beast that stands out for its boldness and at times, pure insanity.

We're excited to stream a few days out from release, and ahead of this Saturday's launch party at a secret warehouse location, with support from Monkey Marc & Vida Sunshyne (Mel), Kopano, Tulpa, Lia T, Ben Taffee and Phantom (FKA Paradice III). Get more info on that show HERE, and get lost in A Prism Inside Your Pregant Mind, below:

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