Since 2009, Vincent Koreman a.k.a. Drvg Cvltvre has been working on his own blend of dystopian acid, no wave and experimental house. Koreman is a highly productive producer, offering many of his new tracks for free download on his soundcloud page before they get released by labels. Respected in the international underground for his groundbreaking work in experimental techno as RA-X in the 90′s on labels like Bunker and KK Records, Koreman comes from a DIY punk background, opting for hard work rather than hollow pose.

Recent Drvg Cvltvre releases include an untitled 10″ on Porn Wax, which instantly got dj support from John Talabot, Trevor Jackson and Cottam and the recent 12″ ‘American Psychosis’ on Shipwrec, which was made The Guardian’s track of the week. Out now are a 12″ on Permanent Vacation, ‘American Psychosis part 2′ on Shipwrec, and a 12′ on the mysterious Cos Mos offshoot of M>O>S> Recordings.

Drvg Cvltvre’s tracks take the speed down a notch to emphasis on the heavy-ness of sound and using the space left between the pounding kicks to build melancholic melodies that seem to grow out of orevaporate into thin air. A blend of dark techno and deep house with lots of experiment, influenced in equal parts by Suicide, Sun Ra and Terrence Dixon.