Schubert Ghost Notes
- Words: chris & cosey
- Label: Statik Entertainment
Is that a scratch on track one or is it intentional? Hard to tell with vinyl, and just as you're lost in pondering, the beat kicks in, and it sounds good at both 33 1/3rpm and 45rpm. What more can we say? We'll be DJing with it. The technofied track two uses nice underlying sound effects as an effective way to mutate from one sound to another and into a dirty rhythm that's reminiscent of "What a Day," an early Throbbing Gristle beat. On the flip, track three is like Teutonic industrial techno by numbers, while track four features an electro rhythm and bassline over an Orb-like sound-think techno meets fluffy clouds. To us it sounds more interesting than the first track, and would work well as a mashing track.
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