This event has now passed.Within just 3 years, SNTS, a simple rhythmic combination of four basic letters, appeared in the act list of Berlin Boiler Room, and German female producer Paula Temple used SNTS 'music as a secret weapon to ignite the atmosphere at the beginning of the show SNTS music can be mysterious, like a slowly condensing mist. Or it can be destructive, like a stone wall being cut to pieces in a moment.Some beats are regular and impassive, with a rough industrial texture, while others are crumpled and melted into a strong, tense atmosphere -- whatever the form, SNTS's music is haunted by a ghostly, spooky feeling, mostly with restlessness and a struggle with a strong emotional sense.
SNTS may be ineloquent, but he has embodied all his emotions and thoughts in his music. In 2016, SNTS set up the Sacred Court for his eponymous label with his second full-lengthalbumLosingSight, whichis mainly composed of Industrial, Experimental,EBM and synth-wave. Excellent producers from all over the world are warm welcome to submit their music on Sacred Court. So far there are a lot of good producers like Restive Plaggona, Lemna, Positive Centre and British duo Torn Relics have joined this project. Sacred Court has more impact than previous lable with an industrial and experimental sense. The conventional dance music combination is weakened, instead in the track often adding with ritualism, noise, and strange vocal, some people might be unaccustomed to industrial noise or might find it jarring with cult art.