There's more than an element of mystery about this hand-stamped 12" from the previously unheard Rogue Filter, which according to the sparse accompanying info sheet is a producer who has "been in the scene for nearly three decades", is "allied with many faces" and "wears many hats". Whoever is responsible, the two cuts on offer sound like the product of a youth spent break-dancing on Saturday afternoons outside a shopping centre in the 1980s. On the A-side you'll find "That's Right", a bustling chunk of B-boy electro blessed with short, cut-up vocal snippets, aquatic electronics and suitably body-popping beats. Flip to the B-side for "ADSR", a harder-edged, 808-heavy electro roller full of cascading deep space chords, surging analogue bass and fuzzy vocoder vocals.
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