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1 review »Am I to assume that's Aaron Funk's vocal on his new Venetian Snares EP, 'Horsey Noises'? A complete turnaround from recent Acid Techno munching album 'Filth', this bizarre EP finds him in juddering braindance funk territory, much more danceable/accessible than some of his recent endeavors. The lead track has a strong monged electro feel, some of the synths & drum patterns sound quite AFX, remi ... »

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Horsey Noises by Venetian Snares
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 28 May 2009
Am I to assume that's Aaron Funk's vocal on his new Venetian Snares EP, 'Horsey Noises'? A complete turnaround from recent Acid Techno munching album 'Filth', this bizarre EP finds him in juddering braindance funk territory, much more danceable/accessible than some of his recent endeavors. The lead track has a strong monged electro feel, some of the synths & drum patterns sound quite AFX, reminiscent of a slowed down Tuss track but overall the style reminds me of the recent Tim Exile gear but erm... Better. And funnier! The 2nd track is a jittery electroid techno bomb designed to twat your gizzard off on a dancefloor. 'Pig Dync' is a kicking acid track along the lines of Ceephax with loads of woozy mad programing genius holding it all together. The final version of 'Horsey Noises' appears at the end, a slightly more berserk floor ripper stacked with his usual barrage of intense leg twisting propulsive rythyms but a distinct enjoyable groove to it. Most fun I've had from a Snares EP in years.....CD/12"

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