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1 review »Ooh, nice. This one's a four-way split from Andrew Pekler, Nikolaienko, Yuri Lugovskoy and Fleischesmarkt, each offering a single track of their own brand of minimal on this white-vinyl “test pressing” edition of 100, each of which comes with a different hand-stamped old postcard showcasing some of the Ukraine's stunning architecture.I'm starting with Lugovskoy's offering, which is ... »

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8/10 Mike Staff review, 10 April 2012

Ooh, nice. This one's a four-way split from Andrew Pekler, Nikolaienko, Yuri Lugovskoy and Fleischesmarkt, each offering a single track of their own brand of minimal on this white-vinyl “test pressing” edition of 100, each of which comes with a different hand-stamped old postcard showcasing some of the Ukraine's stunning architecture.
I'm starting with Lugovskoy's offering, which is a faded, melodic bit of calming aquatic ambience with shimmering synth drones and foggy bass throbs. Then the Fleischesmarkt offering that follows is a little less relaxing, with the duo spewing out some avant-jazz scree with madcap keys and drums clattering and tinkling wildly in a series of uncompromising bursts of free jazz noise. Flip it and Pekler has a hissy, loop-based composition which flows and expands in a pleasing but unsettling fashion, morphing into a bonged out space synth groove which is melodic and absorbing in its biomechanical otherworldliness and probably my pick of the bunch here. Last but not least we've got Nikolaienko, who's offering another hissy loop-based synth composition which is shorter and more disjointed and stop-starty than Pekler's number but still has plenty of wonky charm.
These are all pretty varied and interesting pieces so if you're into the experimental/minimal side of things then you're bound to find something to like here.


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