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|1.||"Capital Crisis (Ne City Loop)" (4:02)|
|2.||"I Knew You Would Respond" (3:34)|
|3.||"Body Rushes" (3:28)|
|4.||"Leave Them All Behind" (6:47)|
|1.||"Lizard In Fear" (4:00)|
|2.||"Toxic Racecourse" (5:27)|
|3.||"You Are The Database" (6:10)|
|4.||"Chemical Flowers" (4:50)|
British experimental musician Luke Younger returns to PAN following up 2015's difficult yet riveting opus "Olympic Mess". Composed in the Essex countryside, he once again shapes samples and field recordings into new forms. Movement is an overarching theme - sound collages are assembled and dismantled, and temporal and spatial boundaries fluctuate - on an album that questions the structures around us. We're enjoying the abrasive and textural sonic soundscapes on "Capital Crisis (Ne City Loop)", the droning and hypnotic slo-mo techno of "Leave Them All Behind" with its intoxicating effects, the musique concrete of "Toxic Racecourse" which treads more familiar territory of Helm's work - as does the avant-garde imaginary soundtrack "You Are The Database".
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