Skylax swiftly deliver a second dose of Terre Thaemlitz's House Explosion musical schizophrenia with the standard of the first DJ Sprinkles vs KSHE twelve inch more than matched with the two tracks on this lemon yellow record. There's such a richness in musical texture to both "Crosstown" and "Infected" it takes several listens for everything to sink in. "Crosstown" contains the idiosyncratic socio political commentary on pan sexuality you'd expect from a Sprinkles production, but it's wrapped in a finely balanced and stunning arrangement of shuffling percussion, ethereal harmonies and lusciously spectral organs. The opposing counterpart "Infected" is just as impressive, perhaps lifting the dramatic strings from Madonna's "Vogue" and slipping them behind a KDJ style surfeit of heavily processed vocal loops, bustling key riffs and multi faceted percussion.
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