Biproduct makes techno punk that explores power, control, repression, and gentrification, easing it all down your throat with a delicious spoonful of anti-fascism! It’s an electronic collaboration between producer Jason Tucker (Sadist, Coagula) and visual artist Tyler Hallett, and the two perform improvised sets with an array of analog and digital hardware. It’s been released on Faktor Music, a new audio/visual collective from David Castillo (St. Vitus Bar) and AJ Annunziata (Sannhet), and they’ve put it out on a gorgeous cassette that you can pick up right here. I’m watching our premiere of Biproduct’s video for “Erosion” and it’s inspiring me to get more involved in our DIY spots when we’re back to the regular level of fascistic control over property here in Vancouver. Nothing like a pandemic to make me realize how much I took for granted; I’d give anything to be back in one of those damp, dark, graffiti-plastered, drunk-piss-infused washrooms. We need to work against the brainwashing that’s made it possible for thieves to own stolen land and colonizers to dictate what’s acceptable cultural expression. Today get hyped to squat in 2022 while you watch “Erosion”!
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