Dirty, well-worn electronic punk
Earthy, well-worn vocals make a nice addition to some feral drums and fuzzy synths. It’s a strange combination that, at the very best, is unapproachably abrasive. And sometimes, that’s exactly what you need and want in a track.
Selkirk’s ‘Pale New World’ is the other end of the musical solar system to the clean-cut, polished electropop that dominates the mainstream. It’s the dirty, brutal punk of the electro-edged musical world. It’s different in every possible sense, allowing the band to forcefully carve their own distinct identity into the stone of music.