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Strange Terrain EP
Strange Terrain EP (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: LDR 10. Rel: 10 Mar 21
  1. Keep Your Receipt (1:08)
  2. Beannach Mhor (5:24)
  3. Over The Hill (4:42)
  4. Tropic Exchange (5:13)
  5. Small Hours (5:10)
Review: If you have prior experience of either Dublin label Lunar Disko or the producer Automatic Tasty, who hails from nearby Wicklow, you'll be familiar with both a sense of humour and accomplishment in production that lifts them a fair few iotas above the standard disco affair. This latest EP from the latter on the former demonstrates this perfectly, launching with the spoken word opener "Keep Your Receipt" which shows a cheeky idiosyncrasy absent from most records since Ninja Tune in it's late 90s pomp, whilst "Beannach Mhor" could easily be mistaken for Vibert under his Kerrier District alias, rewiring the think break to drive dreamy analogue clouds of 303. "Over The Hill" sounds like the sorely missed Italian duo Jollymusic reborn - all percussion scattering gleefully over a thick 101 bassline and outer galactic keys before dropping into a streamlined, dub-laden thrust. "Tropic Exchange" continues in this manner with dusty, jacked drum complemented by ever twinkling layers of keys and Lowlands style analogue bass, whilst "Small Hours" heads for the stars with colourful bursts of sonic texture filling the gaps between the 808 patterns.
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A Farewell To Reason
Cat: COMMUNICATION 7. Rel: 02 Dec 20
  1. Ballad For A Modern Man (6:29)
  2. A Happy Town (6:25)
  3. Forward Progress (5:17)
  4. Wake Up Dead (4:06)
  5. These Days (4:50)
  6. Onward, Forward (4:38)
Review: This new record from Automatic Tasty finds him move away from his usual pastoral acid sound and into a more DIY, bedroom pop realm with him on the microphone. It's a melancholic work that draws obvious parallels to Hot Chip, but with an extra air of curiosity and naivety. There is a dreamy vibe to the opener then a gentle party feel to 'A Happy Town,' lovely laziness to the bendy synths of 'Wake Up Dead' and more urgent feel to 'These Days'. This is utterly charming music that could have been released 30 years ago, today, or 20 years hence and still sound fresh.
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Played by: MUSAR Recordings
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You'll Never Work In This Town Again!
You'll Never Work In This Town Again! (2xLP limited to 200 copies)
Cat: FE 040. Rel: 02 Nov 20
  1. Thinking Of You (5:42)
  2. Scaldy Fiver (3:53)
  3. Tarmac Under Ten Tonne Sky (7:07)
  4. Interesting & Unique Opinion! (4:18)
  5. Illegal Trousers (Tweed Limit) (4:10)
  6. Beilin Beo (3:25)
  7. One Of These Days (4:39)
  8. Sea Cave (4:53)
  9. Dialup (5:45)
  10. Walking Distance (6:56)
  11. Weatherlore (Signs Of Rain) (5:33)
  12. Suantrai Suaimhneach (5:13)
Review: Amid a ton of releases on the likes of Wrong Island and CPU in recent months, the legendary recovering optimist Automatic Tasty now flings a full album upside our faces. His ninth long'un, as always it's both jaunty and contemplative in equal measure as he tweaks his machines to create bubbling little narratives that weave in and out of the shades. At one moment you're weeping to a sartorial lament ("Illegal Trousers"), the next you're skipping on clouds on a secret level in your favourite childhood side-scroller ('One Of These Days'), the next you're doing the locomotion on Tomorrow's World ('Dialup') the next you're rolling out the lino for a slo-mo robo dance ('Scaldy Fiver') Slinky, cheery, honest analog fun; You'll Never Work In This Town Again isn't a threat... It's a promise
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Played by: DJ Mau Mau, Tr One
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Fieldwork EP (reissue)
Cat: LDR 1010. Rel: 07 Jul 20
  1. Field In The Morning (5:14)
  2. Field In The Afternoon (4:25)
  3. Field In The Evening (5:52)
  4. Field By Night (4:20)
Review: As Jonny Automatic Tasty Dillon prepares to release his sixth studio album A Farewell To Reason, Lunar Disko take us back to 2012 and one of Jonny's many discographical highlights "Fieldwork". An EP of four stages, the concept takes us across the day using Foley sounds. "Field In The Morning" is a bright, bouncy piece dusted with birdsong, "Field In The Afternoon" is a warmer, more energetic piece of acid house, all bleepy and relentless with its rolling drums, "Field In The Evening" brings a more sobering reflective note while "Field By Night" climaxes with an intense acid rave-up, like all the best days spent in fields should. Eight years old but still as timeless as ever, Tasty has always lived up to his name.
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