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- Erroneous: A Selection Of Errors by Nurse With Wound & Larsen
This project is the fruit of over two years worth of file swapping between Larsen and NWW and is based on one long NWW piece and two Larsen tracks which have then in turn been deconstructed by both parties… This is arresting from the offset of 'Tickety-Boo' which kicks off with super sinister electro-acoustic sounds and then a mega weird voice enters the brew and just when you think things are gonna go all horror electronics they drop in a hypnotic and funky beat (Think Two Shaves And a Shine) which loops for a bit then things descend back into darkness with female panting and moaning. Old Steven seems to quite enjoy the sound of ladies moaning and let's face it, who can blame him eh??? By the time we hit 'Rock Baby Rock' things are a little more straight forward; a gentle breezy number with dare I say an almost pastoral vibe to it. 'Cob Kite Toy' makes me imagine lots of little Mechano robots having a party, with its fast yet understated rhythms and lush, pretty twinkles. The twinkling bell sounds are at the fore of 'Call Me, Tell Me' which is a breathtakingly beautiful piece which gains extra momentum once the drums kick in. I have a feeling our Phil will approve of this tune. 'Bug Vaudeville' ends proceedings in fine style with a great balance of "a tune" and more experimental sounds. This can really be said of the entire album, really which surprised me as I was expecting the absurd, abstract and surreal and instead I got a thoroughly coherent album which flows well with an immense amount of detail and craft in the production. Oh!… the disc also features contribution from Neu! man Eberhard Kranemann who wangs some guitar, cello, voice and electronics into the mix. A fabulous meeting of minds with NWW having Colin Potter on board on this occasion, with artwork created by all parties complementing the audio perfectly. Ace!
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