Luke Slater’s Planetary Assault Systems Returns for the 50th release on Mote-Evolver & fourth volume of Deep Heet.

For this very special 12″ the veteran audio alchemist Luke Slater will release a new EP under his Planetary Assault Systems alias on his Mote-Evolver imprint, titled Deep Heet Vol.4.  scheduled for October 13 release

Since 2006, the Deep Heet series of recordings has shown the public an especially distinctive side of the production work of Planetary Assault Systems.  With a unique ‘engine room’ ambience and a focus upon maintaining a continual surge of pure energy, each volume in the Deep Heet collection has lived up to that title, subtly suggesting the kind of sustained and voluntary temperature rise that has traditionally given way to spiritual or visionary experiences.

It’s only appropriate, then, that the 50th overall release on Mote-Evolver should also be the fourth overall volume of Deep Heet.

In keeping with Slater’s recent forward-thinking self-assessments like the “Planetary Funk” anniversary series, this is simultaneously a summary of past successes and another new evolution in style and content. This new set of four highly concentrated cuts shows how effective Planetary Assault Systems can be at fueling the imagination by fusing together rhythmic and incidental elements into a unified, animated meshwork, without even a prominent melody to help out.

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A1 / 1. Desert Races
A2 / 2. Life Rhythm
B1 / 3. Random Kingdom
B2 / 4. Lazer Organical