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|1.||"In Narito" (2:13)|
|2.||"Gas Whillis (While I Paint My Nails)" (6:14)|
|2.||"I'm Not Always Right, So I Listen" (4:24)|
|1.||"Matthew Keeps Me Pirrie" (6:41)|
|2.||"It's Tough, But Not As Much As The Dream Is Worth (Joseph)" (9:16)|
|1.||"Dan (Will Some Day Know How Special He Makes Me Feel)" (7:06)|
|2.||"Welcome, To The Rest Of My Life" (1:28)|
Glaswegian producer Hector Barbour is nothing if not divisive: he's had more fun than anyone in recent years by dropping curveballs, baiting social media with troll tracks and generally not giving a tinker's damn. There's nothing throwaway about his new EP on Ninja Tune, though, which launches with nimble synth cut "In-Narito" which we wish was much longer. "Gas Whillis (While I Paint My Nails)" gets down to some gritty, wall rattling warehouse techno, while "ForTee" is much harder to define; a collision of kicks, warped synths and beautiful chords that ping off one another at random. Elsewhere there's more peak time club tackle, scintillating melodic house and bravely experimental fair like " Dan (wll SOME day KNOW How Special He Makes Me Feel)". Certainly, this is an EP that keeps you guessing as his famously unpredictable sets do.
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