mostly-black, with a glitched image of the eye area of a human face in the middle third. The image has been manipulated to appear mostly red, and is barely recognizable as eyes. There is a white border on the top and bottom of the image portion, with "skin contact" in white futuristic letters just above the border to the left, and "antitrust" in the same font just below the bottom border and to the right. mostly-black, with a glitched image of the eye area of a human face in the middle third. The image has been manipulated to appear mostly red, and is barely recognizable as eyes. There is a white border on the top and bottom of the image portion, with "skin contact" in white futuristic letters just above the border to the left, and "antitrust" in the same font just below the bottom border and to the right.

Antitrust

Play 01 Play 01 not convinced 4:28
Play 02 Play 02 stinger 3:16
Play 03 Play 03 set the hook 4:07
Play 04 Play 04 intermittence I 2:15
Play 05 Play 05 self-portrait 3:03
Play 06 Play 06 every last one 3:13
Play 07 Play 07 antitrust 5:19
Play 08 Play 08 had it 2:55
Play 09 Play 09 marks 3:54
Play 10 Play 10 intermittence II 3:53
Play 11 Play 11 revisionist 3:49
Play 12 Play 12 manifesto 3:29
Play 13 Play 13 choked 5:11
Play 14 Play 14 intermittence III 4:34
Play 15 Play 15 antitrust (hyperdoubt mix by Defrost) 6:09
Play 16 Play 16 not convinced (March of the Triffids V2 by DJ Vrhovny) 5:27
Play 17 Play 17 set the hook (pro wonkey evolution remix by Coreline) 3:29

2009 full-length release. Antitrust is the second full-length self-release from Skin Contact. It includes 17 tracks (over an hour of music), including remixes from fellow independent artists Defrost, DJ Vrhovny, and Coreline.

Continuing the SC tradition of ignoring genre boundaries, this release is overall more aggressive than previous efforts, but there are a few moments of relative calm as well. Tracks such as "Stinger", "Had It", and "Set the Hook" are perhaps more suited for the dancefloor than anything from last year's album (Pleasure, Pain, and Distraction), while the guitar-and-bass-feedback-fueled "Intermittence" pieces provide dark ambient interludes between the pounding rhythms and distorted breakbeats that provide the backbone of much of the album.

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