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After leaving the project inactive for nearly 14 years, Matthew Herbert has reignited his visceral Wishmountain moniker to turn out some new musings on the average domestic products to be found around the home. While the grotty techno heart is still beating inside these new tracks, this EP is more in line with Herbert's general gravitation towards ever increasingly abrasive material. "Nescafe" scuffs and scrapes along a purposefully red-lining bassline as a bubbly tapestry of noises make up the groove, while "Lucazade" sounds as though it revolves around reversed guitar lines, although as ever with Herbert you can only begin to wonder how he achieved the sounds.
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