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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! This record is a right old mad badger. It's just what I need right now. Never really checked much of this talented Kiwi's stuff out before but this is a total treat. With its thrilling title & sweet artwork, I can only describe this in the same way as i'd comment on one of Astral Social Club's more erm...clubby outings. Munchkin techno. There's a bit of Black Dice style tribalism & backwar ... »

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I Hate Even Numbers by Our Love Will Destroy The World
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2 people love this record. Be the 3rd!
9/10 Brian Staff review, 14 October 2010

This record is a right old mad badger. It's just what I need right now. Never really checked much of this talented Kiwi's stuff out before but this is a total treat. With its thrilling title & sweet artwork, I can only describe this in the same way as i'd comment on one of Astral Social Club's more erm...clubby outings. Munchkin techno. There's a bit of Black Dice style tribalism & backward-masking in there but when I close my eyes & listen to the sloppy muntered chuntering sounds, the ace shuffling staggery beat & gentle theremin-like scree I imagine a pool of frogs chanting like they're in an African Carnival parade. I find this stuff not only great fun but proper absorbing & funky too. The flip begins with a wicked cosmic juddering sound collage, then comes another wild, trippy montage of hyperactive jumbled beats topped with a gorgeous meandering woodwind style thing - quite spiritual sounding. I feel like i'm in the bloomin' Himalayas or summat!! Lord Phil rightly comments that it's "a bit Lucky Dragons-y" The album (sadly) concludes with another bleepy, bloopy tropical jungle of noise, underpinned by some sort of slow ambient techno beat, this time with a demented shuddering mid-range scree swerving drunkenly all over the top of it. Proper nuts record with tons of fantastic ideas throughout!


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