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1 review »Had to stick this in, it got slightly overlooked for some reason, perhaps because you can't tell what it is due to the fact some idiot has drilled holes in it to look like some piece of highbrow contemporary art. It's a split series type affair on old Fat Cat records of London town. The first track is by Alog, two enigmatic Norsk types who specialise here this tranced out/fucked up kraut-disco/ble ... »

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Split #20 by Alog/Astral Social Club
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 06 November 2009
Had to stick this in, it got slightly overlooked for some reason, perhaps because you can't tell what it is due to the fact some idiot has drilled holes in it to look like some piece of highbrow contemporary art. It's a split series type affair on old Fat Cat records of London town. The first track is by Alog, two enigmatic Norsk types who specialise here this tranced out/fucked up kraut-disco/bleeding edge minimal techno-pulse hybrid. It's kind of how i'd imagine Faust sounding if they recorded for Raster-Noton and is an incredible head shagging odyssey into the bargain. This is supposed to be Ant's review but his hands fell off from frostbite. He has imagined this scenario for you in lieu of his typing skills. "A tribal space vortex opens up on the dancefloor & these two cyber viking voices start yelling incomprehensible fragments at you, gets well dark. I want me Ma!!" Astral Social Club's Neil Campbell i've learnt (again) this afternoon hails from Mirfield - that is where the derelict club he's attributed his group's name originates. His 3 tracks on the flip veer from filthy, squelchy, dubby tribal techno that sounds like a rave in a cyber zoo to more tranquil, organic pastures on the chilled but murky 'Vurt Chorale'. The final track, 'Corby Kiss' has our Ant totally fantasising about raving along to it playing through the Berghain sound system in Berlin, this stuttering mechanical technoid beast with some of the most thrilling acid-y frequencies & wild tweaking going on, a pure riot of looming sound. Finishes criminally quickly, leaving you begging for more. A superb double header for sure!!



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