JK Flesh - Boundless Submission. The Sidewinder - Enter The Beast. JK Flesh - Nothing Is Free. JK Flesh - Kontorted. JK Flesh - Low Alloy. JK Flesh - Holbrook Tower.
JK Flesh - Tunnel JK Flesh - Defector JK Flesh - Swarm JK Flesh - Boundless Submission The Sidewinder - Enter The Beast JK Flesh - Nothing Is Free JK Flesh - Fearless JK Flesh - Kontorted JK Flesh - Low Alloy JK Flesh - Holbrook Tower JK Flesh - Need For Ritual JK Flesh - Stoneycroft Tower The Sidewinder - Zero-gravity JK Flesh - No Self Control JK Flesh - Squalene JK Flesh - Bromford Bridge Estate. Porter Ricks - Polytoxic JK Flesh - Pleasurer JK Flesh - Cast JK Flesh - Tamiflu.
The studio pet-name would later become his surly alter-ego, as Broadrick explained to Resident Advisor in a 2012 interview: Any remix I would do which had beats that were hard and involved any form of noise or sense of foreboding or threat, I would use the JK Flesh moniker.
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JK Flesh is a moniker of English musician Justin Broadrick employed for his solo work within "heavy" or "brutal" electronica music. Broadrick's usage of the title spans back to his work in the 1990s with Kevin Martin in Techno Animal, but he first released a solo studio album as JK Flesh in 2012. Unlike Broadrick's most well-known projects, Godflesh and Jesu, his work as JK Flesh is electronic and (apart from Posthuman) lacks metal riffs
|1.4||–JK Flesh||Boundless Submission|
|1.5||–The Sidewinder||Enter The Beast|
|1.6||–JK Flesh||Nothing Is Free|
|1.9||–JK Flesh||Low Alloy|
|1.10||–JK Flesh||Holbrook Tower|
|1.11||–JK Flesh||Need For Ritual|
|1.12||–JK Flesh||Stoneycroft Tower|
|1.14||–JK Flesh||No Self Control|
|1.16||–JK Flesh||Bromford Bridge Estate|
- DJ Mix – JK Flesh