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1 review »What a wicked way to start a sleepy Thursday than to have a minty fresh comp o' icy Russian electronica. 15 tracks from folks who's names veer between the cryptic and daft, Selffish provide aquatic techno pulses dueling initially with mild industrial clanking and ambient soundscapes that could only be sourced from minds dwelling in the Northern hemisphere. The next two tunes give us some sinister, ... »

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Deep Sea Shipping by Lazyfish. Various
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 08 January 2009
What a wicked way to start a sleepy Thursday than to have a minty fresh comp o' icy Russian electronica. 15 tracks from folks who's names veer between the cryptic and daft, Selffish provide aquatic techno pulses dueling initially with mild industrial clanking and ambient soundscapes that could only be sourced from minds dwelling in the Northern hemisphere. The next two tunes give us some sinister, amorphous glitch with a degree of stealth & eerie pulsating drones before the androids start chattering briefly about what to do with the frozen yeti they've found half submerged in an iceberg. Unit 21 uses the disembodied atmospherics of an airport as the backdrop to some blissed minimal techno, Oloolo goes more down the cold abstract noisescape route before Sever soothes you with some twinkling, morphing field recordings and synth pulses. I wish I had time to do an in-depth overview of every single track as Deep Sea Shipping is a wonderful, eclectic insight into the young minds on the Russian electronic underground, making mechanical, icy technoid sounds often imbued with a very human soul. If you yearn for the older sounds of EU, Syntetika & suchlike & labels such as Shaped Harmonics, here's the new breed! Excellent!

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