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This a great album. Totally recommended.

 

 

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Central Processing Unit have a claim to being the label with the strongest identity in British electronic music at the moment. Each of their fifty-odd releases provide variations on classic acid and techno stylings. They never fail to deliver in sound and style, and each comes wrapped up in that pleasing white and black package. On Lenticular, Nadia Struiwigh softens the edges of the CPU sound while remoulding the core components into an LP of great deftness and beauty. Recalling Aphex’s best ambient works as well as top-of-the-range Boards of Canada, the tracks here mould well-worn analog stylings into the sort of late-night ditties that will bring wistful smiles to ravers of every generation.

 

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Don't sleep on this one people.  After multiple listens, I am highly impressed. This is some high-grade ambient techno.  

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wow nice stuff, women in electronic music always bring fresh ideas !
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Reckon that title track will show up in a few end-of-year lists.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Just a reminder if you've missed it so far. What the fuck were you doing all this time?

 

Easily one the best so far this year.

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  • 3 weeks later...

Bought the vinyl not even thinking it was only 2 tracks, but love the album so much I just ordered the cassette too, sucker

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