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'Hard for Justice' is the new outing from Bronnt Industries Kapital a.k.a Guy Bartell, UK based multi-instrumentalist and producer. Bartell is obviously fascinated by the electro/acoustic soundtrack work of John Carpenter and Goblin and the like and it translates well into this record. It's the thinking man's electro so whilst there are moments that'll have you considering the dancefloor it comes ...

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Hard For Justice by Bronnt Industries Kapital
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 26 March 2009
'Hard for Justice' is the new outing from Bronnt Industries Kapital a.k.a Guy Bartell, UK based multi-instrumentalist and producer. Bartell is obviously fascinated by the electro/acoustic soundtrack work of John Carpenter and Goblin and the like and it translates well into this record. It's the thinking man's electro so whilst there are moments that'll have you considering the dancefloor it comes of sounding more like the soundtrack to an imaginary (yet kick ass) sacrificial fantasy epic or a low budget (yet kick ass) Italian cop drama. So first track 'An Index of Corporate Art' sounds like it's from the Escape from New York soundtrack. 'Threnody for the Victims of Lucio Fulci' sounds like something from Assault on Precinct 13 then slowly evolves into a Goblin-esque number (perhaps not surprising since Lucio Fulci was one of the premier Giallo directors in the 70s - Brett). 'European male' is pure krautrock inspired stuff coming off sounding like early Can with its awesome sounding live drumbeat. His use of production and sounds is relatively subtle and there's a lot of real instruments being played giving it a pretty organic feel. I think Nick Talbot of Gravenhurst is responsible for alot of the instrumentation as he is a long term collaborator and has a number of songwriting credits on this album. So, on first listen this may sound like it's ripping off loads of stuff but I'm still really getting into it and I'm pretty sure with a few more listens I'll be hooked. Anyone with an interest in John Carpenter's back catalogue will inevitably find something in here to enjoy. I should point out that this is available on the excellent Bristol based label GET PHYSICAL. Please take the time to observe.

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