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1 review » We've got a cracking little here CDr on Twilight Luggage from a chap going by the name of Chuch. Facelessless starts off with a bizarre guitar workout featuring elements of ambient, noise and (improbably enough) dub techno, we get a lot of stuff in here and you hear the same kinds of things again and again but I can honestly say I've never heard anything quite like this, it's pretty fantastic. O ... »

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Facelessness by Chuch
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9/10 Brett Staff review, 23 April 2009
We've got a cracking little here CDr on Twilight Luggage from a chap going by the name of Chuch. Facelessless starts off with a bizarre guitar workout featuring elements of ambient, noise and (improbably enough) dub techno, we get a lot of stuff in here and you hear the same kinds of things again and again but I can honestly say I've never heard anything quite like this, it's pretty fantastic. One of those things you can only describe in terms of atmospheric visuals - cyborg animals partially made of Geiger counters wearily clicking and hissing at each other in a worn-down technopolis, that sort of thing. The second of these lengthy tunes offers a brighter palette with tantaslising melodic undertones to sooth the ears and soul while the third is like being chased through abandoned streets by a relentless foe of indistict metal distortion.. Hot shit but we've only got a handful so be quick!

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