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1 review »Sounding mint this one. A meeting of minds between Lancashire's lovers of junk shop strangeness and witchy ephemera, this album lurches drunkenly between concrete clockwork grind and sinister avant-garde clatter but often stops to sway in the wonderful ominous tribal sound-world beloved of the Demdike boys. Murky hypnotic pagan techno rules the roost here in-between the spooky incidental bits. I s ... »

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  • VHSX-004
  • VHSX-004 / LP on Pre-Cert Home Entertainment (Demdike Stare & Andy Votel)

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9/10 Brian Staff review, 16 February 2012

Sounding mint this one. A meeting of minds between Lancashire's lovers of junk shop strangeness and witchy ephemera, this album lurches drunkenly between concrete clockwork grind and sinister avant-garde clatter but often stops to sway in the wonderful ominous tribal sound-world beloved of the Demdike boys. Murky hypnotic pagan techno rules the roost here in-between the spooky incidental bits. I seriously reckon this may as well be just another really satisfying Demdike Stare album with Mr. Votel sitting on their shoulders slapping their heads like a giddy mad Uncle. As always the balance between zen-beats and riveting atmosphere is succinct. Not much else to say except buy it as there's 700 copies and these things never get a repress and none have seen the light on CD as yet......can't wait to see Demdike at the Union Chapel in London.....


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