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1 review »What's going on with these Eastern Bloc football team names? Spartak have been kicking about (no pun intended) for a while and now there's CSKA releasing a 3" CD on Low Point.. That's two whole projects, surely enough to get a tenuous review intro out of I think. There's a really interesting process behind Tapesong which involved them taking a cassette of Bengali folk then excavating a variet ... »

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Tapesong by CSKA
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 14 May 2009
What's going on with these Eastern Bloc football team names? Spartak have been kicking about (no pun intended) for a while and now there's CSKA releasing a 3" CD on Low Point.. That's two whole projects, surely enough to get a tenuous review intro out of I think. There's a really interesting process behind Tapesong which involved them taking a cassette of Bengali folk then excavating a variety of latent tones from the recording in order to reconstruct them as abstract drone pieces that (I guess) bear no resemblance at all to the source material. Cool stuff but if that's of no interest to you then suffice to say this features some pretty tasty sounds in its own right. I'm particularly liking the thin, eerie qualities which mark it out from the rest of the droney ambient pack. It's like playing Silent Hill or summat.

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