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I've seen or heard anything from Team Doyobi since about 1998 yet they've been knocking out a steady line in 16 bit style electronics on various labels for years now. I've somehow let all this good shit pass me and now i realise the error of my ways as 'Orch V' is totally mint. I'm assuming they are still manipulating 16 bit technologies (?), it certainly sounds like something produced on an Atari ...

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12\" on Skam, limited to 500 copies.

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Orch V by Team Doyobi
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9/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 31 July 2009
I've seen or heard anything from Team Doyobi since about 1998 yet they've been knocking out a steady line in 16 bit style electronics on various labels for years now. I've somehow let all this good shit pass me and now i realise the error of my ways as 'Orch V' is totally mint. I'm assuming they are still manipulating 16 bit technologies (?), it certainly sounds like something produced on an Atari ST's with mad old skool tracker programs i don't understand. 'Plastic Vampires' sounds like a big fuck you to the current crop of Dubsteppers with it's parodic wonkiness and daft brass stabs. It's mental hyper sequencing at it's best, mashing up hip-hop, acid, 80's electro and a little dubstep to create a tune that really fucks with the old noggin'. 'Rephrase V' has all the makings of a classic Atari/Amiga game like SWAT or Xenon. The appegiated bass line kicks ass and you get little acid fried John Carpenter moment as things draw to a close. Other stand out moments are 'Sector 7' with it's ridiculous acid interpretation of jungle dynamics (the sequencing is insane-o!) and closing track 'Skylight red omega' that comes of sounding a like an improvement on the Running Man theme. Is this possible? I might be exaggerating but either way it's an amazing take on 80's style arp-rock. Also reminds me of the theme to Gremlin graphics Supercars II!! I'm welling up, i couldn't be happier!! Play Supercars II and buy the new Team Doyobi single. Limited to 500 copies so don't dilly dally folks. Out on Skam? Not bad. Business lady xx

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