|1.||"Blatchington Mill" (Wata Igarashi Stairway) (6:26)|
|2.||"No Flags Wave Me Home" (5:57)|
|3.||"Blatchington Mill" (8:29)|
London techno hero Casper Clarke returns to his notorious BleeD imprint. The party of the same name being a fixture in the UK capital for the last few years, plus his profile as a producer under aliases like Rote (with Daniel Avery) and Volte Face going from strength to strength. Droning and hypnotic techno in the vein of the Roman sound is the order of the day here. Opening cuts "Murmuration" or "Lethologica" respectively strike out with tunnelling and immersive basslines, supported by skeletal, spitfire rhythm patterns: which will have punters surrendering to the void in no time. Current scene favourite from Japan Wata Igarashi works his magic, as always, on what was a real highlight on the EP: his remix of "Blatchington Mill". It retains the trance inducing qualities of the original, but also injecting a mesmerising melody into all the action.
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