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|1.||ASC - "Slow Burn"|
|2.||ASC - "Transit"|
|1.||LB Dub Corp - "Lurcher's Dub"|
|2.||LB Dub Corp - "Native Dub"|
Now this is a bit special. Luke Slater's Mote Evolver launches the Parallel series, the concept being that two contrasting but complementing artists drop a brace of tracks each on the one 12". US based Englishman ASC (real name James Clements), known primarily for his forward thinking D&B excursions, turns in two whopping techno cuts on the A-Side. The relentless guttural throb of "Slow Burn" is offset by some slapping synths and barely there vocal snippets, kind of what we'd expect a studio jam between Levon Vincent and Boddika to sound like. This is complemented by the more liquid tones of "Transit", a reverb-laden throbber with menacing sonar bleeps piercing the swampy atmospherics. On the flip, Slater adopts his seldom seen L.B.Dub Corp guise for "Lurcher's Dub" and "Native Dub", with the cavernous sub-bass and twinkling keys of the former demanding play on an implausibly large soundsytem.
Jane Fitz, Dave Miller, Rivet, The7notes, Kirk Degiorgio, Luke Slater, Max_M (M_Rec Ltd.), Juno Recommends Techno, Grimes Adhesif, Edit Select, Richard Zepezauer (RZ-1), DJ Hi-Shock / Advanced Human, Toki Fuko, Rivet, Nyma
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