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New Canadian label Unrecognized have assembled an allstar electro/ electro pop cast for an excellent 12" which kicks off with old Suction dude Solvent with a slightly acidic and emotional electro cut. Jason Amm always manages to channel soul into his machines and his productions sparkle like crystal. Moving on to Minisystem with some euphoric arpeggiated synths and a deliciously hypnotic groo ...

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6 track mini LP inc Beta Evers, Solvent, GD Luxxe, Lowfish etc (was £11.09).

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Vulnerabilities & Consequences by Various
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 15 October 2009
New Canadian label Unrecognized have assembled an allstar electro/ electro pop cast for an excellent 12" which kicks off with old Suction dude Solvent with a slightly acidic and emotional electro cut. Jason Amm always manages to channel soul into his machines and his productions sparkle like crystal. Moving on to Minisystem with some euphoric arpeggiated synths and a deliciously hypnotic groove. Then Ersatz artist Goudron offers up a warm electro-pop number that's somewhere between Kraftwerk and Gary Newman. Lowfish drops a futuristic electro stomper reminding me a little of Legowelt. Beta Evers takes things into deliciously dark synth pop terrain, with eerie sci fi synths and paranoid vocal. I must admit I can't get into GD Luxxue's later material as much as his older stuff which I just adore. 'The 21st Door' is a brilliant record no doubt. His track 'Cities' has defiantly grown on me after second listen though. For fans of Ersatz, Clone/ dutch West coast, Suction, Skanfrom etc. 'Vulnerabilities + Consequences' is a promising beginning for the label.

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