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|1.||"Untitled 6" (4:42)|
|2.||"Untitled 7" (6:33)|
|3.||"Untitled 8" (2:37)|
|4.||"Untitled 9" (4:49)|
|1.||"Untitled 10" (7:10)|
|2.||"Untitled 11" (2:41)|
|3.||"Untitled 12" (4:51)|
|4.||"Untitled 13" (4:51)|
The enigmatic Pom Pom appears for the first time outside of their eponymous imprint to deliver this ever curious collection of tracks for A-Ton: the offshoot of Berlin's Ostgut Ton for archive, ambient and art-related releases. There have been many rumours as to who may be behind the music, but they've done a pretty good job of keeping under wraps all this time - we must say. Much like moments in their extensive back catalogue, it's a fairly diverse affair covering everything from ambient ("Untitled 6 & 13"), bass music reductions ("Untitled 7"), early '80s style synth-punk ("Untitled 10") and even a bit of classic bleep techno as heard on "Untitled 12".
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