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1 review »This is a weird one. Matmos, Lesser & Wobbly have conjured up a collaborative effort and Important have thrown it out on vinyl for your delectation. I was scared shitless when I saw those three legendary names of abstract electronica on the same sleeve. I thought "Wobbly make me feel nauseous, Lesser is fucking insane & Matmos record scurrying lab rats & plastic surgery operations, the ... »

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Simultaneous Quodlibet by Lesser/Matmos/Wobbly
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 14 October 2010

This is a weird one. Matmos, Lesser & Wobbly have conjured up a collaborative effort and Important have thrown it out on vinyl for your delectation. I was scared shitless when I saw those three legendary names of abstract electronica on the same sleeve. I thought "Wobbly make me feel nauseous, Lesser is fucking insane & Matmos record scurrying lab rats & plastic surgery operations, then turn the results into "music"" I love the 1st track here. After some fannying about a bizarre ambient techno track crawls out of the murk. It's absolutely brilliant, really percussive & moody. Sounds a little like Freeform (Skam) & Portable (Scape) but with a whole boatload of other crazy tropical shit going on. Could even fit in a DJ set with Astral Social Club or Tamphex by Aphex Twin - disorientating but utterly amazing! Moving on you're bombarded with psychedelic sounds & feverish aural delirium, this next track reminds me of Eno & Byrne's 'My Life in the Bush of Ghosts' remixed by Steven Stapleton. I'm refusing to review any more of this album because quite simply there's far too much going on to explain to you cretins - it's a noisy, rhythmical, humid, treacly stew of wonderful, gibbering sounds, rich textures and gleeful insanity. Kind of reminds me a little of an instrumental Ergo Phizmiz on much crazier drugs with a load more equipment. But these guys aren't laughing....this is a deadly serious business.


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