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1 review »The new messiahs of industrial-flecked "art-rock" are back. I'm fairly convinced, but also confused, by their evolving sound after three releases - i'm getting a kind of hypnotic Krautrock/embryonic techno inspired melee which no longer appears to rub its tits filthily against the cold metallic corpse of post-punk Manchester. I feel this EP is more in tune with industrial funkateers such ... »

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9/10 Brian Staff review, 25 March 2010
The new messiahs of industrial-flecked "art-rock" are back. I'm fairly convinced, but also confused, by their evolving sound after three releases - i'm getting a kind of hypnotic Krautrock/embryonic techno inspired melee which no longer appears to rub its tits filthily against the cold metallic corpse of post-punk Manchester. I feel this EP is more in tune with industrial funkateers such as 23 Skidoo, the electro drive of Giorgio Moroder or the creeping unrest of NY madmen Liars. 'Solid Sound' actually sounds quite like Plastikman, Richie Hawtin's best known minimal electronic nom-de-plume and pounds metronomically for 12 blissful minutes. More bubbling technoid shenanigans open side two of this enigmatic slab of clear wax - 'Lyin' features stunning live percussive elements & some seriously beastly noises, the occasional downbeat, muffled vocals are intoned in pace with the relatively frantic rhythm, the whole song climaxing in a burst of industrial noise. Even with the Dead C lite of closer '16-16-9-20-1-1-14-9-7' this is shaping up to be a brilliant EP. Wouldn't mind checking the DVD when I have a minute......

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