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    Just before sunrise, Eric's had an eventful night after leaving his beaten father at the warehouse, unconscious, laid out on the floor. He had taken a pile of his fathers paperwork to a nearby late licensed drinking hole, rifling through it trying to make sense of where the heaps of cash could be hidden. Whilst propped at the bar, half a bottle of bourbon in, the barmaid Kay who had been over-intrigued whilst pouring glass after glass had said 'what are you looking for?'. Eric said 'what we want?'. She repeated this line in a confused manner 'what we want' and laughed. 'Loads of money' he said. As he said that, he stared closely at what appeared to be map. This location was all to familiar to Eric, he recognised a place he and his father would go shooting cans in his early teens. He knew then he was onto something. Impulsively he said to Kay, 'You want to make some real money?', she didn't have to say anything he could tell the answer. 'Where's your wheels he said?'. The pair headed out of town. Arriving at remote piece of land and like a fictional treasure map, X had marked the spot. Whilst digging with old rusty shovel, hysterically laughing to himself , he said this is too easy. With that he felt the shovel clang on metal and out came the large box, loaded with cash. Eric sent Kay to fetch his cigarettes and whiskey from the car, as she lent in, Eric said 'The sun will burn hot today, but i'm gonna make it rain!!' as he flicked hundreds if not thousands into the air. As he watches the wind catch some of notes, spiralling upwards... For a moment, just a moment a thought of his misfortunate father runs through his mind....

    The soundtrack of this chapter see's the return of Brussels based Parisian and known Blocaus resident Exal, who featured on our first release late 2015. As his sound further mature's his heavy original tracks 'Endless Wrath' is remixed by one of Manchester's finest, Setaoc Mass who has been making waves since releasing on Figure and his own SK_eleven imprint. 'Destructive Behaviour' gets the treatment of London duo Ben Gibson & Fundamental Interaction, who together have proved extremely capable on their namesake Dyad Records.

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