It's been ten years since Andreas Tilliander has appeared on his own Repeatle imprint, out of Sweden. The synth wizard has, of course, been more than active in recent years, coming through on labels like Kontra with his characteristically metallic take on house and techno, but it's good to see him revive this magnificent - and arguably lost - stable for his own sounds. He's joined by the lesser known Elin Franzen, and together they manage to create blurry and imperceptible blend of leftfield sonics that seem to reach some sort of form or groove via "Track 1", a magnificently muffled array of jungle field recordings and uncomfortable low frequencies. "Track 2" is made up of the same energy, except here the mood is broken up into something much looser, more ethereal, and a lot more tenebrous. Although there are hardly any beats to hold these tunes into shape, it's clear that this collaboration has a vision to keep it moving forwards, along with the Repeatle label. Strong.
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