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1 review »Something about the packaging for this one really caught my eye. I mean I wasn't all like "wow that looks bodacious" or anything but there was something about it that intrigued me because I just couldn't really imagine what it might sound like 'cos it seemed to contain a bit of an unusual combination of visual signifiers. Like, "that lettering wouldn't usually go with that sort of image" sort of s ... »

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Bible Eyes by Egyptrixx
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 31 March 2011

Something about the packaging for this one really caught my eye. I mean I wasn't all like "wow that looks bodacious" or anything but there was something about it that intrigued me because I just couldn't really imagine what it might sound like 'cos it seemed to contain a bit of an unusual combination of visual signifiers. Like, "that lettering wouldn't usually go with that sort of image" sort of shit. Anyhow, 'workings of my mind' blathering aside it's a really interesting record and as tricky to accurately pin down as my initial impression suggested. I guess ostensibly it's mostly a techno record, being mostly very danceable in a 4/4 kinda way, but there's so much other stuff going on.. At times it conjures some pretty broody and mysterious moods but might, seconds later, bring in some uber-pop sample or riff just to throw you off. You'll find elements of hip-hop, wonky (urgh), funky (bleeeurgh) and Hyperdub-style dayglo synthery in there too. I guess in terms of the overall impression, Actress's approach to things might be the most representative comparison I can think of. Good ass.


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