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|1.||"Radical User Interfaces" (6:23)|
|2.||"Nexus Telecoms" (5:59)|
|1.||"Arcade Killers" (6:11)|
|2.||"Electronic Slave" (8:23)|
Texas-based Philip Washington goes by the name of Cygnus when he's in the mood to make high-tec electro and sci-fi techno in his studio. Although the man doesn't possess a vast catalogue, the material that he's released through Central Processing Unit has been always of the highest calibre. Taking inspiration from the sounds of Kraftwerk and USA's Motor City - no need to actually spell the name out at this point - his mechanical brand of dance music is both musical and cutting-edge. His latest CPU release contains four cerebral rollers: on the A-side, "Radical User Interfaces" is a deep and complex journey into metallic electronics, while "Nexus Telecoms" verges onto slightly more docile terrains thanks to its winding synths; the B-side features the heavier and nastier "Arcade Killers", while "Electronic Slaves" has something more in common with fast-paced deep house tune. Beautiful, the lot of them.
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