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Loving this new DS material. They've certainly developed a pretty original sound template. Infusing abstracted ambient vibes, zen-like percussion, progressive dub/minimal techno & the atmospheric weight of dubstep with the sinister, apocalyptic menace of Sean Canty's vast sound-sample / vinyl archive, this duo, (the other member being Lancashire's respected beat scientist Miles Whittaker) have ...

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Liberation Through Hearing by Demdike Stare
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 29 July 2010

Loving this new DS material. They've certainly developed a pretty original sound template. Infusing abstracted ambient vibes, zen-like percussion, progressive dub/minimal techno & the atmospheric weight of dubstep with the sinister, apocalyptic menace of Sean Canty's vast sound-sample / vinyl archive, this duo, (the other member being Lancashire's respected beat scientist Miles Whittaker) have hit on a darkly spiritual recipe. This new album (the 2nd in a series of three) opens with a brooding journey into stripped-down cinematic dub - totally mesmerising! - before entering the realms of industrial drone - plates of grainy noise shifting rhythmically over a calming cosmic synth! Finishing the side off is a slice of experimental dubby techno, saturated in eerie atmospherics & explicit glitch & crackle. Onto side 2 and the unsettling dark ambience of the 'The Stars Are Moving'. This leads us on to 'Eurydice', which possesses a snaky Eastern themed percussive mantra feel, recalling Dusk + Blackdown & Shackleton's sparse tribalisms - really spine-tingling & eerie stuff! To bookend this tune, another fine excercise in meditative 'n' pulsating dark ambience called 'Regolith'. Bring on Round 3, this is scintillating gear indeed!!


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