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Format: gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP
Cat: ZEN 231
Released: 22 Jul 16
Genre: Experimental/Electronic
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. "Multicoloured Evolving Sky" (5:17)
2. "The Bad People" (4:14)
3. "West G Cafeteria" (5:48)
Side 2
1. "Volvo Estate" (4:01)
2. "Leader-1" (2:55)
3. "Scollege Campus" (4:07)
Side 3
1. "Gullfire" (4:32)
2. "Melting Velcro Shoes" (2:57)
3. "Adventures In Slime & Space" (2:29)
4. "Multipass" (2:36)
Side 4
1. "Today There Is No School" (2:18)
2. "Los Locos" (3:51)
3. "Velvet Gentleman" (4:13)
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Review

While Jack Hamill's Space Dimension Controller project is best known for mixing colourful electrofunk synths with intergalactic ambient, techno and hypnotic house influences, his earliest musical output trod a slightly different path. His long forgotten, digital-only debut album, 2009's Unidentified Flying Oscillator, explored IDM and woozy electronica, and it's these styles that come to the fore on Orange Melamine. Like that debut album, this set - his first for Ninja Tune - was recorded in his bedroom, aged 18, with a collection of "cheap, lo-fi" and "battered" kit. It largely takes its' cues from the likes of Boards of Canada and ambient-era Aphex Twin, but retains that distinctive vibe and attention to detail that's always marked out Hamill's work.

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