Bristolian techno mavericks Emptyset have always offered an alternative approach to techno. Even so, it's still a surprise to see them hooking up with Underground Resistance man Cornelius Harris for a fuzzy chunk of industrial funk that's as thrilling as it is odd. The Detroit veteran provides an excellent spoken vocal, laying down poetic verses over a wickedly distorted, jerky rhythm track. It's brutal and uncompromising, just the way industrial music should be. An equally punishing but rhythmically more straightforward mix is provided by Chris Liebing. It's the pick for dancefloor plays, but lacks the sheer originality of the A.
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