DON'T TOUCH THAT DIAL is a 5-track, 32-minute long journey into the most disturbing warehouse party ever pulled off. It grooves with the minimal spirit of early Chicago house, but encases those beats in layers of the darkest, most off-putting, and straight unnerving soundscapes we've ever heard in dance.
It asks an interesting question: can the thrill of being batshit terrified translate to the thrill of dancing your ass off in a room of strangers? Are the two really all that different?
Mr. Sunderland doesn't seem to think so. We don't either.