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|3.||"Second Uniform Estimate"|
|5.||"A Smaller Divide"|
|10.||"Norms Of True Behavior"|
Sendai duo Peter Van Hoesen and Yves De Mey do not make fluffy, comfortable music. Their 2012 debut album, Geotope, was a veritable feast of dystopian rhythms, glitchy electronics, brain-melting noises and twitching computer glitches. This belated follow-up sticks to the formula, delivering a set of raw tracks that veers wildly between skuzzy, starburst electro ("Second Uniform Estimate"), iron-clad uneasy techno futurism ("A Smaller Divide"), Autechre-ish computerized crustiness ("Tripitek"), experimental ambience (the clanking, modem symphony "Self Adjoint") and becalmed electronic fuzziness (the decidedly spooky "Norms of True Behavior"). Even at its most unorthodox, there's an unusual beauty and picturesque quality amongst the electronic chaos.
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