|1.||"The Red Hour" (6:36)|
|1.||"Special Forces" (5:07)|
Dutchman Mark Du Mosch is the latest big-name recruit to the Pinkman ranks. The techno producer has previously starred on Tabernacle, Tape Records, Dekmantel and Moustache Records - amongst many others - and here delves deep into his industrial, post-punk and Italo-disco inspirations. Throughout, there's a loose, jammed-out feel, with Du Mosch wringing heaps of energy from what sounds like an impressive collection of music-making machines. We're particularly enjoying the moody, Motor City flex of "Vigil", and the EBM-tinged fuzziness of "The Red Hour", but the EP's other tracks - and, in particular, the muscular "Special Forces" - are almost as good.
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