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2 reviews »I love a bit of Clark, like. At first I wasn't that keen, wrongly writing him off as just being a mixture of the Warp big guns, but I think over time he's really found a unique sound and now his stuff's easily recognisable as his own work. The 'Growl's Garden' EP keeps a similar kind of sound set to the excellent Turning Dragon with its super dirty decaying percussion and jarring synths; somehow f ... »

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Growls Garden EP by Clark
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9/10 Brett Staff review, 18 March 2009
I love a bit of Clark, like. At first I wasn't that keen, wrongly writing him off as just being a mixture of the Warp big guns, but I think over time he's really found a unique sound and now his stuff's easily recognisable as his own work. The 'Growl's Garden' EP keeps a similar kind of sound set to the excellent Turning Dragon with its super dirty decaying percussion and jarring synths; somehow fashioning them into a fantastically banging near-pop song on the title track, the first he's done to feature his vocals (messed with as they are). 'Gonk Roughage' on the other side repeats the trick of 'Volcan Veins' from his last LP, that one cut up soulful vocals to make some sort of mental deconstructive house tune and this time he's gone for hip-hop with the sample progressively being nudged further and further out of the way by the encroaching hyper sequenced chaos. The later tunes get a bit more ambient, with 'Farewell Mining Town' complementing the atmosphere of a ruined England that he's recently started to build so well with a ray of hope that sounds like the aforementioned town slowly rising up into heaven. A quality six tracker from Warp on a CD and very limited 12"!


10/10 Pete T Customer review,

Was really looking forward to this and it don't disappoint. Stunning production, great turned up loud! Made me think of early FSOL for some reason?? (not in a soundalike kind of way). Warp does seem to wobble a bit in the quality of it's releases in recent times but this is truly up there near the top of the good releases pile. Good stuff Chris. Looking forward to more : )


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