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1 review »Spatial. My friend Rick has no spatial awareness you know. Every time he comes in my house he breaks something. Must be he thinks he's still a foetus rather than a large bumbling man in his late 30s. This other Spatial thing is a cool 10" EP of abstract & funky dubstep-y style stuff with a solid, interesting drum rhythm, some subtle wobbly synth flecks and a disembodied vocal sample of a ... »

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Infra002 EP by Spatial
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 15 April 2009
Spatial. My friend Rick has no spatial awareness you know. Every time he comes in my house he breaks something. Must be he thinks he's still a foetus rather than a large bumbling man in his late 30s. This other Spatial thing is a cool 10" EP of abstract & funky dubstep-y style stuff with a solid, interesting drum rhythm, some subtle wobbly synth flecks and a disembodied vocal sample of a wailing diva in space that's probably escaped from every LTJ Bukem tune ever. There's lots of cool sounds and layered effects that build up in expert fashion to create a step-tastic vortex of technically savvy future D'n'B inspired gear. The flip reminds me quite a lot of the recent Bristol stuff, a dub techno flecked groovathon with hearty nods towards the skool of Kevin Saunderson. Very "IDM" looking sleeve too. Ltd 10" on Infrasonics

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