NC-17 set to drop ‘Most Violent Year Album – Part 3’
Completing his epic trilogy of full-length albums, NC-17’s ‘Most Violent Year Album Part 3’ represents some of this talented producer’s best work to date. Written during the most intense part of the global pandemic, when distrust and paranoia ran rife, society as a whole began to rebel against restrictive measures.
The final act in the series is like the business end of a Louisville Slugger. An album jabbing with heavy tracks and wide soundscapes. ‘Most Violent Year 3’ is not just a concept album, but a strong representation of the time in which it was made. A true product of its time.
NC-17 channelled this amplified frustration into his studio practice, the mood producing some of the most intense and dark music from the album series. Heavily influenced by exploitation cinema and late 90s Drum & Bass. NC-17 fuses both elements delivering a unique and high-octane ride to end the series.
Alongside his stunning solo productions, Part 3 includes outstanding collaborations with Exile, John Rolodex, Logam, Philth and Kumarachi. Dispatch Recordings tell us “We are immensely proud to present this incredible culmination of a remarkable body of work!”
Today we premiere a collaboration NC-17 has done with John Rolodex which comes in the form of ‘Devour Hope’. Check it out below! The album is on Spotify and Bandcamp now and will be available everywhere else on Friday 20th May, make sure you grab a copy of the album to complete your collection from here!