Pye Corner Audio expands on ‘Black Mist’, taken from ‘The Outer Church’ compilation released by Front & Follow, now backed with new track and a blown-out Old Apparatus remix. The dramatic original is given time and space to let that Dr. Who-style bass riff and soaring synth to take flight across the A-side, whilst the flip brings the funereal slow techno processional, ‘Bulk Erase’, into play beside a roiling, radiant render from Old Apparatus, who also fold in oriental field recordings to abstract and exotic effect.
The second Radio Matrix comes by the mysterious Bodem in the form of ‘Het Sonisch Besluit’ (The Sonic Pact). Bodem serves us two extended electro, jacking cuts, which already destroyed some dancefloors across planet Earth…
Golden Pudel’s Helena Hauff and F#X charge a rampant 2nd session of gristly hardware roil as Black Sites for PAN. Relentlessly bloody-minded and primed for strobe-and-smoke-lit ‘floors, both sides give up some of the most damaged no wave/acid that we’ve heard all year. A-side: ‘Unit 2669′ locks lampin’ kicks and mind-swilling 303s to a rusted thumb piano/cowbell motif for 12 minutes of noxious, incessant club fuel in the mould of classic Bunker/Acid Planet bangers. B-side: ‘Mockba’ is a different kettle of radioactive, three-eyed fish, fxxking the beats off in favour of pulsing S.O.S. signals and waves of tarry black noise with a chaotic rhythmic agenda.
The first release on the San Francisco label Secret Studio Records, featuring a remix by D’Marc Cantu.
Two true acid burners from Alden Tyrell. Each track is accompanied by a remix – one from label boss LA-4A and a floor-storming jacker from Vin Sol.
First ever reissue on Forbidden Planet features four tracks by The Mover, arguably one of the most influential yet underrated artists of the late 80s, early 90s. All tracks were originally released on Planet Core Productions (PCP) between 1991 and 1993.