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My special surprise this week got me excited when I clocked it. It's a limited edition CD called 'We Can Elude Control' with three pieces that were commissioned for some audio visual installations. The artists involved Mick Harris (Scorn/ Lull etc), Karl O'Connor (Regis/ British Murder Boys), Roger Semsroth (Sleeparchive/ Skanfrom) and Radovan Scasasia (AM/PM / Secondo) are not normally associated ...

CD £8.99 WCEC 001

CD housed in 5" x &" Black PVC bag on Label?? LTD to 400 for the world!.

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We Can Elude Control by Sleeparchive / Regis & Scorn / AM-PM
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 27 February 2009
My special surprise this week got me excited when I clocked it. It's a limited edition CD called 'We Can Elude Control' with three pieces that were commissioned for some audio visual installations. The artists involved Mick Harris (Scorn/ Lull etc), Karl O'Connor (Regis/ British Murder Boys), Roger Semsroth (Sleeparchive/ Skanfrom) and Radovan Scasasia (AM/PM / Secondo) are not normally associated with these types of projects so I was extra keen to hear what they'd created. Mick Harris and Karl O' connor turn in a brooding piece of digital synthesis with unnerving tones and lots of static sound that increases. It stands alone as in interesting listen out of the gallery/ visual context. I like this one a lot. Next up is Mister Scasasia whose droney track couldn't be further from the Secondo stuff. Some really strange sounds appear that both delight and confuse. Then Roger Semsroth's sounds are a welcome treat with big rumbling noise and digital bloops. All very electronicy computer noise/ interference type stuff. As much as I like this as with a lot of this type of stuff you cant help but feel you're only getting half the experience with the visuals missing. Ltd to 400 copies in black plastic sealed bag with 3 oversize postcards.

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