|1.||"Break Up III Tk4" (5:06)|
|1.||"Final Distortion" (3:36)|
|2.||"Up The Hills" (3:53)|
|3.||"Crystal Cubes" (3:37)|
Over the last few years, Rene Pawlowitz has spent much of the time establishing a range of alternate aliases - Head High and WK7 amongst them - leaving little team for new Shed material. Constant Power is his first outing under the guise since 2013, and is every bit as essential as his previous material. There's a general '90s feel throughout, from the sharp-cornered dancefloor IDM business of "Final Distortion", to the Future Times-ish new age motifs and stuttering breaks of "Up The Hills" and Surgeon style assault of "Crystal Cubes". Best of all, though, is "Break Up II Tk4", an industrial strength fusion of thumping techno and hardcore-era breakbeat madness.
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