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  1. This record is currently topping the UK albums chart.
  2. On a decent run with Fridmann on these last couple of albums, finding new little avenues and cul-de-sacs for their schtick to travel down. Especially like the track with the mad string arrangement towards the end.
  3. I think L and M are the strongest ones since A and B. Would certainly enjoy some of these tracks from either release on wax if Clone were up for doing another EDM compilation volume.
  4. And another! Got to say I wasnt expecting so much jazz fusion from the lad but am enjoying it a lot.
  5. Props to Mike P for sure, so much good stuff enjoyed and many riches still to discover. Moving thru the years from I.D.M to breakcore, dubstep to footwork. Heres to 25 more. 1 ) John T. Gast - Excerpts 2 ) Ceephax - United Acid Emirates 3 ) Luke Vibert - Lover's Acid 4 ) Remarc - Sound Murderer 5 ) Lexaunculpt - The Blurring of Trees 6 ) Venetian Snares - Huge Chrome.. 7 ) Boxcutter - Oneiric 8 ) Jlin - Black Origami 9 ) Konx-om-pax - Caramel 10 ) R P Boo - Legacy
  6. Gonna give these a miss, partly cause I didn't rate the 2 AF albums that much, but also cause of the brexit imports fuckdown.
  7. Pitchfork reports that the b-side is a previously unreleased track called 'UNISIL'
  8. Thanks man you got it, recognise it from the vocals. Heard it in a Sophie live set, didn't realise it was a remix of GFOTY.
  9. Enjoyed it. An unusual case of Ae making something sound less alien. This or Lemonade was always my favorite Sophie track, wasnt too fussed with the album. Does anyone know if they ever released that live track with the lyrics about sucking cock in nightclub cloakrooms? That one was great too.
  10. Ulla - Tumbling Towards A Wall Cindy Lee - What's Tonight To Eternity Wire - Hive Mind Squarepusher - Be Up A Hello Ben Bondy & Exael - Aphelion Lash CS + Creme - Snoopy Seltene Erden - Scorched Erden Aleksi Perala - Spectrum Shinichi Atobe - Yes Critical Anmesia - s/t Jon Collin & Demdike Stare - Sketches of Everything 1995 Epilepsy - s/t Autechre - SIGN/PLUS Air Krew - Discuss And Come Back Zoviet France - Russian Heterodoxical Songs
  11. I'm enjoying it, but it is low-key I'm presuming the guest vocalists contributed the lyrics. They generally work well enough but sometimes come off as poor man's Burial/generic rave slogans. Maybe if he'd done the words himself it would've ended up like SP's 50 Cycles.
  12. DekDre Scap B - a heady, dubby soup. Recalling Perlence or Surriperre, we are sloshed about between retriggered kicks and reverberant bass fleps. 7FM ic - even more off balance now, a clumsy beat is accompanied by whooshing metallic textures. As the track settles, a detuned lead synth like from F7 begins to knit everything together. Marhide - the first track that really settled me. Sounds like zoviet france trying electro. 808s + tape hiss/extractor fans. Cannot go wrong. Maybe no synths at all on this track? ecol4 - trippy alien prog gamelan. Sounds like the glassy, tuned perc
  13. I can't really get into this one yet, to me it sounds like Afx's Akunk with fol3 playing over the top.
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