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Benacah Drann Deachd by Dalglish
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9/10 Ant 04 November 2011

What a treat this album is for lovers of truly cutting edge electronic music. Another transmission from the mind of Chris Douglas who is in my opinion one of the most under rated artists working in electronic music today. His previous Dalglish album blew me away and this latest opus has been no different. The overall feel of the album is one of loneliness, darkness and isolation and explores peripheral zones where we can never be; tiny crevices and cracks where microcosms and tiny alien ecosystems are at work. The sound of machines and pure electricity, the sounds of one's and zero's crunching away. Yet there is a warmth to the music that is testament to Chris's artistic vision. He's carved a unique sound which is pretty much incomparable to any of his contemporaries. This is future music at its finest which works an a visual as well as sonic level. Mapping out all sorts of strange glitched up geometrical shapes. Dim the lights, close your eyes and be transported into this strange, malfunctioning mechanical world where beyond the shadows are hidden worlds waiting to be discovered. An exceptionally powerful and brilliantly accomplished album from this singular producer. Highly recommended.

Iain Barritt said:

I'll try to keep it brief. This is hands down album of the year in my opinion. If you like The Caretaker in his many guises, Demdike Stare or even Mika Vainio, Alva Noto and the like, you will love this


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