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By the time you've read this it's probably sold out. Yes, Clifford & Peacock are back after a decade & a half with brand new material and it's time to get excited as these much loved kingpins, famed for straddling the indie/electronica divide, return with DJ Scotch Egg on bass (no, really!) and far Eastern cohort Iida Kazuhisa, once skin ripper for Boredoms! They've managed to retain some ...

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8/10 Brian Staff review, 16 September 2010

By the time you've read this it's probably sold out. Yes, Clifford & Peacock are back after a decade & a half with brand new material and it's time to get excited as these much loved kingpins, famed for straddling the indie/electronica divide, return with DJ Scotch Egg on bass (no, really!) and far Eastern cohort Iida Kazuhisa, once skin ripper for Boredoms! They've managed to retain some of their deep, trippy ambient noise textures whilst the rhythm section just sounds heavier - less electronic & more brooding. So four tracks of meditative bliss with some disorientating processed squalls, occasional post-shogaze whispers, classic Warp/"IDM" pioneered sounds (ping, zing, glitch & scrunch) & fairly rudimentary dub basslines/slow clattering drums. The last track changes tack by sounding like an off-step from Autechre's latest album. So, not as flooring as i'd wished but in the right environment, maxed up to +11, these tunes could possibly rip you a new one & take you back to space (where they sent you all those years ago) Nice to have them back!


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