8/10 Brian Staff review, 06 August 2010
Underrated yet undeterred & persistent, Richard Bevan and Joshua Doherty return with a fat gatefold double LP style job. I frikkin' loved their EP for B12 a fair while ago & now these talented cousins are back to slay your dancey face off with some more electroid breaks & wonky techno madness. The first track reminds me of the old Radioactive Man stuff which I still massively enjoy - all zinging squelchy low end & itchy breakbeat. Ant suggests there's some implicit garage flavas & nods towards the recent Landstrumm gear. They continue with panache, delving into classic 'Red' era Dave Clarke style techno, before reviving the head mashing zig-zag bass maneuvers for 'Mobile Mast'. I'm merely hinting at what this quality album brings to the table - it's a resolutely old-skool dancefloor appeasing effort with many classic electrotech/breaks styles explored. Banging, full-frontal party music with some absolutely solid, vibrant production that you could only expect from these talented old heads. They've been around the block a bit but there's absolutely tons of life in these daft pups (you gotta remain young and eager to be creating zinging floor munchers like this baby)
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