Naif steps up with an interesting split disc that spans the new and the old, as L.I.E.S and Argot bright spark Gunnar Haslam takes over the A side with the fulsome bubble of "Overcomplete" while Roman Flugel's long-standing Acid Jesus alias gets a little reissue treatment with the abrasive percussion workout of "Radium". The former is undoubtedly the friendlier, darewesay delineated offering, as a tidy 303 line and steady drum machine sizzle work into a trusty formation for the floor. Flugel's effort is of course a more fringe effort that makes dubby effects processing sound like the devils work, and is all the more distinctive for it.
Disposable Commodities US, Ze Salvador (Carpet And Snares), Ethyl, Tripeo, Jacques Renault, Steve Mizek, S-File, Jimmy Maheras, Juno Recommends Techno, RNDM, Rupes, Resident Advisor, Cory James, James Welsh, MRSK, Bradford James (DS Records)
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