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Angel Plague (remastered)
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Cat: DNFELP 01. Rel: 05 Oct 15
  1. No Sense/No Reason (5:17)
  2. My Untied Hands (5:08)
  3. Day In Day Out (4:50)
  4. Because The Night (5:02)
  5. Looking Through The Eyes Of Love (4:43)
  6. Surrounded By Enemies (4:56)
  7. Skin Test (5:03)
  8. Drawing Me In (5:15)
Review: Female aka Peter Sutton has been a pillar of the UK techno scene since the mid 1990's. Of course, his successes have been helped by the work that he's done alongside his partner in crime on the Downwards label, Regis. While new material from Sutton has been scarce as of late, the Downwards label has done us the favour of reissuing 1999's Angel Plague, his second and last album to date. Unlike much of the bleepy, stripped-back gear that gets shifted these days, Angel Plague is full of wrath and poison, an eight-track bullet to the chest. The opener "No Sense/No Reason" is enough to give you a clear picture from the start, and the same sort of warped, machine-like drums are heard everywhere else across the LP. However, while many producers these days are hesitant to go that extra BPM faster, Female's work still sounds as daring as ever. The energy and charisma in this album is simply undeniable; you'd be crazy not to get it. Put down that minimal 12" and dop this on your speakers. WOOF.
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Strong Proud Stupid & Superior
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  1. Grebenstein & Seefried - "Strong Proud Stupid & Superior" (10:13)
  2. Grebenstein & Joscha Bauer - "Grauer03" (Grebenstein rework) (7:45)
  3. Grebenstein & Joscha Bauer - "Grauer04" (Grebenstein radioedit) (5:47)
Severe Remixes
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Severe Remixes (limited 12")
Cat: LINO 73. Rel: 05 Sep 16
  1. Our Decade (Regis mix) (5:18)
  2. 1991 (Lustmord 20/20 mix) (9:21)
Review: Aussie psych-rockers MY DISCO get served with some equally bleak and sinister remixes of two tracks from their most recent Severe LP (on brooklyn's Temporary Residence Limited) to suit the trio's penchant for heavy repetition. First off is Downwards head honcho Regis, whose rendition of "Our Decade" is reminiscent of his work with Silent Servant in Sandra Electronics; raw post punk cyclicality in full effect and retaining the savage guitar drones of the original. On the flip we have the dark ambient master himself: Lustmord, who delivers a chilling take on "1991" and creating a black metal guitar drone odyssey in the vein of SUNN O))/KTL by utilising those guitar drones effectively yet again and treating Liam Andrews' vocals to generous servings of delay and reverb treatments.
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Lust Product EP
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Cat: LINO 72 . Rel: 08 Aug 16
  1. System Living (6:12)
  2. Silver Sun (4:58)
  3. Lust Product (6:56)
  4. External Laws (6:19)
Review: Simon Shreeve appears again this year for Karl O'Connor's esteemed imprint, following up the impressive Healing Bowl EP. It's no wonder really; the man also known as Monic pushes the kind of highly-engineered modern industrial music on his own Osiris Musik label, so easily finds a welcome home here. On side A, harsh textural abrasions are contrasted by body bashing bass frequencies on the demonic "System Living" while the seething and slow burning breaks contrasted by eerie chimes and nefarious sound design on "Silver Sun" sounds like running through a nightmare in slow motion. The paranoid and immersive sound design of the title track (on the flip) is reminiscent of some of Trent Reznor's soundtrack work, yet fantastic in its own right. Like Shifted is doing likewise of late, Shreeve deconstructs the classic aesthetic of UK techstep, deconstructing it in a modern format.
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Dial B For Beauty
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Dial B For Beauty (limited blue vinyl 12")
Cat: DNAM 001. Rel: 06 Oct 14
  1. Call 1
  2. Call 2
  3. Call 3
  4. Call 4
Review: Dominic Fernow dons his Prurient hat for this split release with Karl O'Connor as Ugandan Methods. As you might expect, it's not for the light-hearted; "Call 1" features the Downwards boss' dense, grainy broken beats mixed with Fernow's wounded screeches amid bursts of white noise. "Call 2" is built on a similar approach, but this time the churning noise and dense drums are interspersed with dramatic, dark synths that spiral and twist. The third "Call" provides a surprise, heading back to the loopy techno of early Downwards, but it's only a temporary deviation and the fourth and final "Call" sees the duo deliver a drum-led, droning rhythm.
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