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Mobeer, mo' problems.. I think I've used that before. Number 007 in the beermat-mounted series features three whole 3" CDs for you likely lads and lasses (well, maybe not lasses) to wrap your Prince Charles' around. The first has Ian Hawgood (oh good), who runs the fine Home Normal label, contributing some lovely minimal droney bits for you to float off to. The second has Le Mepris which I think ...

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9/10 Brett Staff review, 07 May 2009
Mobeer, mo' problems.. I think I've used that before. Number 007 in the beermat-mounted series features three whole 3" CDs for you likely lads and lasses (well, maybe not lasses) to wrap your Prince Charles' around. The first has Ian Hawgood (oh good), who runs the fine Home Normal label, contributing some lovely minimal droney bits for you to float off to. The second has Le Mepris which I think is French for something in the region of 'contempt' because I'm well cultured and watch French films. This disc's probably my favourite of the three, pairing up sinister-ised static-y broken radio sounds to bassy melodies made on something which sounds oddly slap bang inbetween an acoustic piano and an electric facsimile. Ryu Furusawa completes the set with some swooningly pretty string efforts, conjuring up an experimental chamber music feel apparently all on his tod before branching out into bubbling electronica. A pleasantly varied and excellent release as usual and sure to sell out in about three minutes..

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