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The Morphine label has developed something of a reputation for picking out intriguing talents from the USA's experimental underground, be it old hands such as Charles Cohen or newer names such as Metasplice and Madteo. The latest release from Morphine draws from this latter pool with Expect Night Work from North Carolina-based Lack. This four track 12" is Lack's first vinyl release, having so far released a CDr and two cassettes for his own Lmgrovllum label as well as Faux-Pas. His style fits neatly into the grainy, monochromatic aesthetic Morphine has been cultivating visually and sonically, exploring a similar intersection between noise and techno as fellow Morphine artist Container, with the four bare bones tracks the kind of music you'd hear in a Powell DJ set.
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