|2.||"Urban Change" (1:04)|
|3.||"Street Run" (1:25)|
|2.||"Open Phase" (6:49)|
|3.||"Coming From" (1:25)|
EMG's Experiential Learning label has been MIA for a while but, as we've come to appreciate, that's exactly what we love and respect about the label. The Relative Records co-founder, the second in man in command being Juno favourite John Swing, is an enigmatic figure who has preferred to do things his own way over the last five years. Neither him or Swing have ventured outside their own labels, opting instead to create and evolve their own sound, one which has become synonymous with quality. This label is reserved for the odder, more leftfield side of EMG's productions, and this latest effort is most certainly the best one yet. 255 spans over 6 tunes, and from cavernous folds of distorted noise, to pseudo techno and glitchy, analog experiments, we're into everything about it. Techno-not-techno seems to be the right way to describe this majestic voyage into sound. Warmly recommended. Be quick, these are limited, and will go!
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