The third EP from "outsider club music specialists" Basic Moves comes from veteran Belgian producer Sebastian Snoeck under the long-forgotten Caustic 14 alias (previously used just once, way back in 1994). The two tracks showcased here were apparently recorded by Snoeck "between 1999 and 2001". A-side "Message in a Box" sets the tone, with Snoek layering spacey melodies, Drexciyan electronics and vintage B12 flourishes over a punchy, electro style breakbeat. In contrast, "Rising Star" sounds like the long-lost illegitimate son of Speedy J (in Artificial Intelligence mode, before he went super-heavy), Orlando Voorn and Underground Resistance. This, we think you'll agree, is an enticing proposition.
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