The UK's 10-20 cuts straight to the chase on its new track, "majik." Within five seconds, a fully formed beat jumps into the forefront, flanked by ephemeral sonics and swirling bits of electronic soundscape, and doesn't quit, save for a few seconds of intermittent reprieve, until the song's seven minutes are up. "majik" could be mistaken for an early-'00s Autechre cut, or something from maximalist producer Clark's catalog, though it manages to maintain a clustered aesthetic all its own. The track is taken off the forthcoming Mountain EP, the third in 10-20's four-part geographically conceptual Landform series.
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