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|1.||Dawl & Sween - "Laser Guided" (6:02)|
|2.||Skywave Transmissions - "Warehouse 101" (with XOTR) (6:14)|
|3.||Samuel Padden - "Quad Damage" (5:36)|
|1.||Daif - "Mysterious Freakin History" (6:13)|
|2.||Ascot/WW - "Alien Vision" (6:19)|
Saucer-eyed rave revivalists Tone Dropout can usually be relied upon to deliver the goods, especially if you're looking for sweaty, energy-packed slabs of warehouse ready techno, acid and electro. The label's latest missive is packed to the rafters with such giddy and forthright fare, to the bleeping, mind-altering insanity of Dawl & Sween's acid-fired throb-job "Laser Guided", to the "Bleep and Breaks" pressure of Samuel Padden's bustling "Quad Damage", to the stripped-back machine techno heaviness of Daif's similarly bleepy "Mysterious Freakin History". Elsewhere, the Ascot/WW track sits somewhere between early breakbeat hardcore and ambient techno, while Skywave Transmission v XOTR's "Warehouse 101" lives up to its name. Serious heat!
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