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Unknown Precept Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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Cienfuegos
A Los Martires

Cienfuegos (aka Alexander L. Suaréz) returns to the Unknown Precept label with a full platter of woozy, broken-sounding techno. Over five tracks he hammers the rhythms whilst also doing strange things with the rest of the sound-field: heavily processed samples, fat bass pulses, all sorts. Packaged in an attractively minimal disco sleeve.

S. English
Conscious Walk

A potent tape here from S. English, who throws thick industrial beats at the listener over the course of these six tracks. Vocals and other sounds emerge sometimes from the murk of the production. Conscious Walk is an atmospheric thing, pulling you into its grayscale grasp. 50 copies of this tape, on Unknown Precept.

Profligate
Extremities

Profligate has produced a pretty excellent set of tracks with Extremities: though whilst plenty industrial in sound and attitude, his music isn't totally extreme. And that is a good thing, as the four tracks here skirt near enough the middle ground to be legitimately danceable, in an overwhelming manner. Inventive material on Unknown Precept.

Nick Klein
Failed Devotee

Failed Devotee is new five track EP from Brooklyn resident Nick Klein. The music within is techno, but warped, fuzzy and very analog. It’s heavy and it roars and stalks like a retro-futuristic soundtrack to something very sinister. In places it sounds like a kind of lo-fi version of Art Of Noise. Failed Devotee is Klein’s debut EP for Unknown Precept.

Maoupa Mazzocchetti
A-Tranquility

Falling on the harsher end of the noise-techno axis Maoupa Mazzocchetti’s dead-eyed debut is the coldest of cold-wave. Reworking EBM sounds and all that techno-before-it-know-what-to-call-itself frigid electro, it has a fantastic, bitter, bleak cheapness to it (in concept of course, the artwork is great). Vinyl 12” EP.