|1.||"Maxi Dance" (5:59)|
|2.||"Crimbo 16" (6:53)|
|1.||"Bovine Bakery" (4:16)|
|2.||"Picture Disc" (7:20)|
Gene On Earth debuted last year via a rock solid EP on the Limousine Dream label he established to handle his own productions. There's much to savour on this relatively speedy follow-up, from the heavyweight analogue bass, deep space chords and bustling two-step garage influences of opener "Maxi Dance", to the cheeky bleep techno riffs and rubbery, house-tempo hardcore breakbeats of fine closer "Picture Disc". In between, you'll find the YYY style Parisian tech-house heaviness of "Chrimbo 16" and the skittish warmth of "Bovine Bakery", where electronic motifs reminiscent of vintage Detroit techno rise above ghostly melody lines and popping, braindance-influenced drums.
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