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Kit Clayton isn't immediately associated to techno and minimal dance music, but the San Francisco resident has been on that wave since the late 1990s. While being relatively overlooked, the heads have always been aware of his contributions, and Germany's Rawax have masterfully reissued one of his rarer works, his debut album from 1999 entitled Nek Sanalet. Originally out on the scape imprint, the eight tunes are a wonderfully dense and dubbed-out blend of electronics and quasi beats. "Purpakana" is a perfect example of Clayton's way of moulding liquid-like modular sounds into more concrete shapes, whereas "Kalu" is a beautiful slice of broken, dubby abstraction. We're totally infused with the closing tune, "IInapiseptili", for its thick, luscious blur of dubwise sonics, and pseudo noise. It will fit well into your Chain Reaction of Rhythm & Sound collections; nuff said.
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