||1.||"How Wet Is Your Box"|
||2.||"Siddhartha" (part 1)|
||1.||"Long Live The Flesh"|
||2.||"The Human Experience"|
Anyone with a firm grip of Jamal Moss's output in recent years will fully understand that the Mathematics boss reserves his most twisted and messed up productions for the rarely used +++ label, but you still need to approach this latest edition with caution as the A Side is mangled audio in the supreme. Originally founded as an outlet for HG material recorded during the 90s and rediscovered from the archives of his Galaxy Studios, it's hard to say where +++ is at now, other than in a place all on its own. It's a challenge in itself to sit through opening track "How Wet Is Your Box" which is more akin to hearing a neighbour rotate through the FM airwaves. "Siddhartha (part 1)" is just as obtuse, sounding very much like its been dredged up from some dust caked tape and pressed direct to vinyl, though at least there's some semblance of a saturated beat to hang onto. "Long Live The Flesh" is quite brilliant, one long loop of jack hammering disco replete with barely audible screams of joy that seems like it could go on for infinity. Proceedings end with the title track "The Human Experience" a production that exemplifies perfectly Moss's unchallenged art of mastering the sonically deranged.
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