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Civil Duty
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Civil Duty (2xLP)
Cat: COR 12. Rel: 29 Jun 15
  1. No Dexterity (5:16)
  2. Microtome Massacre (6:16)
  3. Belial's Night In (5:38)
  4. Mindhives (5:41)
  5. Pure Turns (4:46)
  6. Spiderbites (3:22)
  7. Fischkopf (5:29)
  8. Two Door Civic (5:44)
  9. Pro Emetic (5:22)
Review: Beau Wanzer and Shawn O'Sullivan team up for the debut Civil Duty album. Civil Duty is a techno album through and through, but with a difference. "No Dexterity" is a squeaky, squelchy minimal affair that unexpectedly features hushed vocals, while "Microtome Massacre" is a dense, drum-heavy workout and "Belialas Night In" is a pounding, percussive track, full of sharp hats and relentless snares. These tracks all combine to express Civil Duty's desire for constant change and an ability to squeeze new sounds from old forms as the screeching car alarm of "Pure Tums" and "Fischkopf", a dense, mangled minimal track that sounds like a truck cascading against a concrete wall.
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Bloodlines (12")
Cat: COR 10. Rel: 22 Dec 14
  1. Marcel Dettmann - "Take One"
  2. Silent Servant - "Mechanics Of Emotion"
  3. Anthony Parasole - "Intel"
Review: It's fair to say any 12" featuring these three artists will be on the 'must check pronto' list of any self respecting techno fan and Bloodlines fully delivers on the sense of expectation. And then some! Dettmann pulls rank and fills the A-side with "Take On", a pulsing exercise in techno nastiness that positively pulses with dancefloor energy, all of which is underpinned by a tongue in cheek robotic vocal that seems perfectly in line with The Corner's humour. Silent Servant follows with "Mechanics Of Emotion", a track that is a fine example of the dark brand of sonics Juan Mendez has been cooking in Los Angeles of late. It begins in a manner that's every bit as direct and effective as Dettmann's contribution, but as the track progresses a different mood gradually comes into focus, resulting in a perfect track to transition a set from intensity to somewhere else. Parasole closes proceedings with "Intel", a neat little journey down the wormhole of alien techno which veers into garbled abstraction without missing a beat.
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Where Were You In '92?
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Where Were You In '92? (12" + insert)
Cat: COR 08. Rel: 17 Mar 14
  1. Where Were You In '92?
  2. Pre-Gentrified
Review: Anthony Parasole's label The Corner continues to show other techno outlets the way to do it, with their second release of 2014 possibly the most high profile yet! Sonic Groove boss and NYC techno royalty Adam X uses this 12" to ask where were you in 92? Because Adam X was very much in the thick of establishing the New York techno scene, and this newly adopted X Crashed project is named in honour of the X Crash material he released in the early '90s alongside Jimmy Crash. Both the title track and "Pre-Gentrified" are prime slabs of Adam X goodness; acidic, metallic, raw and driving Techno for the true heads.
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