While an avalanche of superlatives seems to have become the norm to portray the techno scene in recent years, it’s hard not to lend itself to this game when talking about ABLK’s music.
Musician and composer for over 10 years, he first went through punk rock and metal before creating his techno project in 2018. Shaped by the hard sounds of freeparty and cheerfully navigating the murky waters of acid, he then starts to produce music with uninhibited influences, drawn from the Belgian and Dutch scene. A few years later, his productions already found the way of flagships labels of acidcore and techno next-gen, such as Obs.cur, Zodiak Commune, Omny Lab, Acid Night, or Demain Kollectiv.
In a winding path where the frontier of hardcore is never very far, it is therefore without taking detours and with a strong stomach that we find ABLK’s cathartic universe.