Machine Girl – Super FREQ (Vinyl, 12" EP)

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FREQ Records is the record label accompanying the manga "FREQ," created by Nicola Kazimir, illustrated by goodnewsforbadguys, and written by the legendary Dai Sato, who has written scripts for Ergo Proxy, Eureka Seven, Cowboy Bebop, Samurai Champloo, among many others.

The setting of Freq's lore unfolds in a futuristic realm where the influence of sound frequencies governs all aspects of life. In this world, everything from traffic and AR visuals to electricity, warfare, and of course, music, is orchestrated through the manipulation and extraction of sound frequencies. The narrative unfolds within the sprawling expanse of Rephlex, a vast city featuring diverse districts, factions, and social classes.

FREQ001 marks the debut of FREQ Records, and we're launching the label with no other than Machine Girl. Known for their high-energy live shows and their signature breakcore-inspired sound, this EP hints at their future direction while nodding to their influential past, including the notable "Wolfgirl" or "Neon White" albums. Machine Girl's unique blend of anime-inspired visuals and B-horror flair permeates "Super FREQ," offering a glimpse into their vivid, otherworldly universe.
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  2. Dance In The Fire
  3. Super FREQ


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