Altered Natives

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Altered Natives is a supernatural force to be reckoned with. Often mistaken for multiple artists, don’t be fooled, this is just one man. Half heart and half machine he consistently pushes to take his sound to the next level whilst still remaining evasive, yet omnipresent in various music industry circles.
The term hard working is often brandished around in press releases but shiny bullshit press quotes are just not gonna cut it here. For an artist to consistently deliver high calibre bangers that take you on a journey into outer space, his bastardized percussive strains of house, techno and twisted drums, surprise and appear uncompromised with infinite precision.


RELEASES:

2017 – The Black Album [EYE4EYE]
2015 – In The Place Where Love Once Lived LP [EYE4EYE]
2014 – Sin Elevated Art LP [EYE4EYE]
2013 – The beastly gHAstly EP [Hoya:Hoya]
2012 – The Fates EP [Bosconi]
2012 – Tenement Yard Vol.3 [EYE4EYE]
2011 – Tenement Yard Vol. 2 [EYE4EYE]
2010 – Serial Vendetta [EYE4EYE]
2010 – Tenement Yard Vol. 1 [EYE4EYE]
2010 – Tenement Yard Vol. 1 [EYE4EYE]
2010 – Believe in Me [Fresh Minute Music]
2010 – The Bitch / Crop Duster [3024]
2010 – No Mortgage EP [Bosconi]
2009 – The Rass Out EP [Fresh Minute Music]
2008 – Goya Owes Me Money [EYE4EYE]
2008 – A Thousand Days of Patience [EYE4EYE]

 

PRESS:

Seance Reviews The Black Album
BigFishLittleFish Reviews The Black Album
MIMS Premieres Back2bruk

“A fitting end to an incredibly solid trilogy. Altered Natives is one of the most slept-on house/techno producers out there, and it’s nice to see him wrap the Tenement Yard series with more burly rhythms and his tongue-in-cheek outlook holding steady.” – Shawn Reynaldo – XLR8R, Icee Hot – USA

“‘Tenement Yard Volume 3′ is the dark heart of Altered Natives’ subterranean mutant house trilogy. Futuristic, intricate and possessed of murky cavernous depths, its blend of techno, house and pure London bass pressure is the perfect antidote to the boring cocktail jazz house polluting the scene.” – Ben Murphy – DJ Mag