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1 review »Yo yo and not forgetting little yo down there. This next recording has us in fits of fascination. It's by Brooklyn tribal psychonauts Excepter and is a double disc blow out that commences with bent, sluggish synths & monged beatery. Onwards I march, my ears being subjected to some wonderful komische tropicalia action, digital fireflies fizz into my oversaturated shell-likes whilst gibbering di ... »

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Presidence by Excepter
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 11 March 2010
Yo yo and not forgetting little yo down there. This next recording has us in fits of fascination. It's by Brooklyn tribal psychonauts Excepter and is a double disc blow out that commences with bent, sluggish synths & monged beatery. Onwards I march, my ears being subjected to some wonderful komische tropicalia action, digital fireflies fizz into my oversaturated shell-likes whilst gibbering digital druids moan at me from the shadows. If you crave a seriously tripped-out saunter through the crooked imaginations of these NY deviants then I suggest this is probably the most focused & impressive work of theirs yet. There's a few similarities to the more out-there work by GGD & Rainbow Arabia but this is generally a great deal murkier, drowsy & fucked-up with the lurking suggestion of 90's chill out being fed heavy psychedelic tranquilisers at an avant-garde installation. Brilliant gear! A serious head-trip to embark on before the phased retro-electro syth strides of the second installment have my mind panning from left to right in search of something unidentifiable. More muddied cosmic action arrives in good time, blending astral synth wibbling with impenetrable dialogue snippets and intriguing effects. The tracks here are longer than on disc one, I especially like the barnstorming repetitious 'n' beatless electronica bleeping & pulsing before some beautiful keys wander into the equation - A nice contrast to the cement mixer scraping sound that forms the percussive backdrop. Imaginative stuff!!

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