||2.||"Shiny Windows" (5:59)|
||1.||"Finite Space" (6:20)|
||2.||"The Hater Of Love" (5:51)|
Given the prolific nature of his output and close links to Jamal Moss, it's something of a surprise to find that Motionless is Marco Bernadi's first outing on Mathematics. It sees the Bristol-based Glaswegian in suitably nostalgic mode, dropping a quartet of tracks that pop and crackle with vintage analogue rhythms, raw electronics, and intoxicated acid lines. The A-side boasts two chunks of electro/techno fusion, with the vintage rave stabs, relentless drum hits and barely audible vocal samples of "Shiny Windows" most impressing. Flip for the skittering rave breakbeats, foreboding chords and undulating acid lines of "Finite Space", and "Hater of Love", a sparkling fusion of sharp electronics, bubbling acid bass and foreboding, anti-fun vocals.
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