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Aaron Martin & Part Timer are the latest suspects lined up to commit music to one of those lovely Mobeer 2x3" sets. Beginning the first disc of 'Seed Collection' is what sounds like a stylophone being caressed by lots of growling waves of computer glitch and earthy crackle whilst possibly a ukelele or bonzai guitar is calmly plucked, the melancholy plucking continuing into track two, this ...

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Ltd 2 x 3\" CD on Mobeer. Hand numbered edn of 275.

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Seed Collection by Aaron Martin/ Part Timer
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 13 February 2009
Aaron Martin & Part Timer are the latest suspects lined up to commit music to one of those lovely Mobeer 2x3" sets. Beginning the first disc of 'Seed Collection' is what sounds like a stylophone being caressed by lots of growling waves of computer glitch and earthy crackle whilst possibly a ukelele or bonzai guitar is calmly plucked, the melancholy plucking continuing into track two, this time being assaulted by some reedy whistling and ambient/found sound textures. On 'Darkness Settles Over Jonestown' a rubbery, squeaky run-out groove loop is caught crackling in the full glare of some lovely 2 note accordian sounding thang, sweet, simple & organic. As usual I ain't time to review all the tracks over these two discs but rest assured, there's a homely laptop folk vibe sweating from every pore, spots of neo-classical rubbing shoulders with Southern gothic drama on 'Nureyev', pretty, cyclic instrumental 'Orchard' is just so soothing and the first disc exits with some slightly rusty violin and gentle acoustic arpeggio underpinned with a brooding mist of fine electronic drift 'n' drone. It makes me want to curl up by the fire in a desolate farmhouse by my master's feet with a huge marrowbone in my slavering gob. Disc 2 is basically the same 6 tracks remixed & re-jigged by some smart old duffers, possibly their good selves, I dunno! A real treat from these two, be quick 'cause these always fly out like the hot cakes they are.

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