|3.||"Mars Express" (5:22)|
|1.||"Zeno Dicho" (5:24)|
|2.||"At Least We Try" (9:19)|
Job Sifre follows up an impressive debut on Artificial Dance last year with another blinder for the local Knekelhuis imprint. It's absolutely a retro affair for the most part, with opener "Bestaan" nailing that classic old school EBM vibe, complete with deadpan vocals and rusty arpeggios. "Zodiak" with its early '80s street sound injects a breakdance flavour into things and the lo-fi sludge of "Mars Express" sees Sifre do his best impression of James T Cotton. Finally "Zeno Dicho" goes back to the electro side of things on this breakneck dystopian number, calling to mind Carl Finlow or Keith Tenniswood's exploits in the early noughties.
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