Late last year, when Punch Drunk announced the release of “Stalag Zero / Distended Dub” - the first 12” by British producer Ekoplekz - the record was perceived as a mere rarity, a whim of a Bristol dubstep label celebrating its anniversary. But no, Peverelist's admiration for the sounds of Ekoplekz is sincere and serious. After his two excellent releases earlier this year on Mordant Music and Further Records, the experimental Briton returns to Punch Drunk, the house that brought him to us in the first place, for his debut album. “Intrusive Incidentalz vol.1” holds twelve tracks that, far from compromising, are surly, sharp and oppressive - with abrasive, analogue atmospheres and slightly oscillating and eventful melodies. An adventurous and demanding effort unfolding from long studio improvisations, influenced by seventies horror films, post-dubstep and the social, political and economic crisis’ of these times. The album will be out on 19th September and you can listen to excerpts of two of the tracks below.