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What we've got here is.. Failure to communicate. No sorry, what we've got here is four remixes of Pleq's 'Good Night' track from his forthcoming album on the same label. I think there's four remixes anyway, the first track might be the original as it's credited as Pleq's version but it's got 'glitch' written after it so maybe he's gone done a wee remix of himself? In any case it's a piannery drone ...

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Good Night by Pleq
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 06 January 2011

What we've got here is.. Failure to communicate. No sorry, what we've got here is four remixes of Pleq's 'Good Night' track from his forthcoming album on the same label. I think there's four remixes anyway, the first track might be the original as it's credited as Pleq's version but it's got 'glitch' written after it so maybe he's gone done a wee remix of himself? In any case it's a piannery droney ambient effort a bit like what was on that thing I reviewed earlier on but I can't hear much glitch on it so fuck knows. Pjusk's re-tinkering does have a glitchiness to it, playing with the temporal aspect as the track seems to be constantly reversing, replaying and folding in on itself. Offthesky darken the palette somewhat with a slightly pastoral static that continually threatens to come to the fore but never quite does. Philippe Lamy takes things the farthest from the original with his version which takes in stops at all kinds of places in its duration, some touched on in the earlier tracks and some all his own. And then it's finished!


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