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The Anti Group
4 X 12

4 X 12 is a rejigged version of TAG/The Anti Group’s 1994 compilation Audiophile. As with Audiophile, 4 X 12 assembles a selection of the band’s seminal 80's outre-punk/avant-garde/industrial experimentations. It acts as both a fine introduction for those looking to get into The Anti Group and also a good refresher for those wishing to reconnect. Where 4 X 12 differs from Audiophile is in a set of exclusive tunes that include two remixes at the end of the record. For related artists you’re looking at Throbbing Gristle, Guerilla Welfare and 23 Skidoo.
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Prophecy + Progress: UK Electronics 1978 - 1990

Spanish label Peripheral Minimal (Spatial Relation, Doric) release a selection of Thatcher-era electronics. While you could charitably term most of Prophecy + Progress synth-pop, the thirteen tracks here are a far cry from your Dead Or Alives and your Depeche Modes. Entries from Naked Lunch and Konstruktivists are useful nuggets of early industrialism and synthwave, while the likes of Clock DVA’s ‘Lomticks Of Time’ and Five Times Of Dust’s ‘Automaton’ are lo-fi experiments.
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Spatial Relation
Beyond The Zero

Spatial Relation pitch themselves somewhere between vintage electro-pop and IDM. Beyond The Zero is their debut full-length. The drum and synth programming is tight and precise, and although I found the vocals and lyrics to be so affected as to seem a parody of electro-pop, I guess they do fit in quite well. 300 vinyl copies on Peripheral Minimal.
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