Along with the likes of Photonz, The Off Key Hat and Gatto Fritto, new material from Binary Chaffinch will always be received with a certain degree of excitement thanks to their output on Andy Blake's iconic Dissident imprint. The dark brooding experimentalist EBM alias of Milo Smee, a key member of the slightly unnerving Chrome Hoof collective, this trio of new Binary Chaffinch proudctions on Cosmo Vitelli's I'm A Cliche imprint is a real reason to celebrate. Words don't really do "Heavenz Gate" justice. This is an epic track just shy of twenty minutes that barely squeezes on the A Side, with Smee utilising the talents of two vocalists, a choir and five other musicians. Filled with rhythmic twists and turns taking in heavy arpeggio and guitar solos, you need to hear this! Complementing this, the B Side contains the raw industrial flex of "Neoprone Wizard" which indulges in some brilliantly demented synth stabs, whilst "Theme" is quite possibly a weird and wonderful synthpop cover version of Henry Mancini's "Theme From Peter Gunn".
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