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Black Daisy Wheel

Format: limited 2xLP
Cat: DUSTV 055
Released: 05 Jun 18
Genre: Experimental/Electronic
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. "Black Daisy Wheel" (7:58)
2. "Who He Was" (4:32)
Side 2
1. "Congnitive Dissident" (3:03)
2. "Seroxat Smile" (3:11)
3. "Out Of Reach" (4:25)
Side 3
1. "We Much Repeat" (4:22)
2. "Bye Thee Bye" (4:41)
3. "Lost To The Black Sun" (2:48)
Side 4
1. "Autohoaxer" (4:12)
2. "Shutter Head" (2:14)
3. "Tell Me What You Remember" (feat Emika) (3:46)
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Review

The Black Dog kicked off all the way back in 1989, first coming through with their own Black Dog Productions, and later being snapped up by London's Warp Records. Nowadays, the quintet has reduced down to three, the combined forces of Ken Dowie, Martin Dust and Richard Dust. Dust Science, an infamous imprint out of Sheffield, and one which has seen the likes of Cabaret Voltaire all over its catalsogue, has taken it upon itself to release the trio's thirteenth album to date, Black Daisy Wheel. Much like you'd imagine, the LP is a Pandora's Box of sounds, vibes and movement. Through an intricate blend of spaced-out electronics, drone relics, and mild-mannered house chugging, these guys know how to construct and atmosphere, and are certainly well-equipped to form a narrative out of 10+ tracks. If you're on the scout for something deep, meaningful and long-lasting, The Black Dog are your go-to outfit.

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