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|1.||Dawl - "Nebulon" (6:16)|
|2.||Daif - "Soberman" (7:35)|
|3.||Ascot/WW - "FIFA 98" (4:56)|
|1.||Alphonse - "Direct Transient" (7:07)|
|2.||Jamie Blanco - "Acid Damage" (5:47)|
|3.||"ToneBreak 3" (3:57)|
When it comes to revivalist rave music, no other label does it quite as well as Tone Dropout. Their multi-artist EPs are invariably excellent and this seventh edition once again hits the mark. Dawl kicks things off via the fizzing "bleep and breaks" business of "Nebulon", before Daif dishes up some sweaty breakbeats and mind-altering analogue bass. Ascot and WW join forces for the bleep-goes-breakdance bustle of "FIFA 98", Alphonse wraps twisted acid lines and outer-space chords around a hip-house breakbeat ("Direct Transient"), and Jamie Blanco gets intense with the help of a bunch of TB-303 acid lines and some suitably jacking drums. In other words, it's another killer collection of saucer-eyed assaults on the senses.
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