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|1.||"Prophetic Technology" (6:13)|
|2.||"Prophetic Technology" (Volte-Face remix) (6:51)|
|1.||"Divine Builders" (5:59)|
|2.||"The Outbreak Of Rebellion" (3:07)|
|3.||"Clouded Vision" (6:59)|
After contributing a remix of Volte Face on a previous BleeD release, New York's DJ Spider makes his debut proper for the label. Given Spider's impressive body of work for labels like Plan B, Trilogy Tapes and Killekill, Burning Museums is arguably the most high-profile release yet for Casper Clark's emergent BleeD. Those who are familiar with the US producer's work will not be disappointed here; grungy drums, panel-beating rhythms and the occasional melodic blast make for one of the rawest interpretations of modern techno. What's most impressive though is Spider's unpredictable approach; he veers from the dark ambient of "Outbreak of Rebellion" into the high tempo, pounding beats of "Clouded Vision", taking the tough, swinging drums and noisy textures of "Prophetic Technology" along the way and in the process, never sounds formulaic.
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