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|1.||"Make Out Fade Out" (2:00)|
|2.||"Phase Modulation Shuffle" (2:00)|
|3.||"Solarised Sound" (2:00)|
|1.||"Outerzone Jazs" (2:00)|
|2.||"Automatic Morning" (2:00)|
|3.||"Feed Me Magnetic Rain" (2:00)|
|1.||"Motion Flow" (2:00)|
|2.||"Remote Confection" (2:00)|
|3.||"Phantom Melodies" (2:00)|
Cavern Of Anti Matter, the creation of Stereolab co-founder Tim Gane, return with third full-length Hormone Lemonade. Recorded straight to tape over three hour-long sessions, there's a palpable immediacy and urgency driven by motorik rhythms and broad modular synthesis. Sixteen-minute long opening track 'Malfunction' undulates through passages of sci-fi krautrock and nu-disco with dexterity. There seems to be a kind of theme & variation aspect to the album, with elements echoing throughout, such as the rising chord patterns on the pseudo-Drexciyan tech of 'Feed Me Magnetic Rain'. Stereolab comparisons are at moments difficult not to make, especially on tracks like 'Phase Modulation Shuffle' and 'Outerzone Jazs', but the sonics of 'Hormone Lemonade' are unique enough to distance Gane's new project and place it in a category of its own.
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