Perturbator - the one-man Parisian retrowave powerhouse revisits the eerie and energizing analog oscillations of 1970s and 1980s horror, sci fi, action, and exploitation films.
Taking cues from long-hailed masters in the genre - Director John Carpenter, Goblin, Vangelis - this 21-year-old was weaned on a steady diet of LaserDisc monsterpieces.
"Night Driving Avenger" was Perturbator's first-ever official release, an EP harkening back to 1980's slasher films, evoking the true dystopian spirit of classic exploitation cinema.
* The highly demanded vinyl repressing for the first-ever official release by the reigning master of retrosynth. * 180-gram+ Black LP, cut at 45-RPM for optimum fidelity. * Mastered specifically for vinyl from the original mixes. * Includes the bonus track "I Ran to the Arcade." * Features brand new cover artwork, created by Ariel ZB. * 350gsm heavyweight board single-pocket jacket with fluorescent, neon pink flood on the reverse cover [does not show up on screen, but it will melt your eyeballs in reality], as well as neon pink flood on the inside of the jacket. * Black inner sleeves. * Amazing music.