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I heard Phil say “feckin' Warp” this morning. Oh, what have they done now? I think he actually said “it's feckin' warm”, but he might as well have said “feckin' Warp” as I'm not 100% sure of the value in this six track 12” from said label.
The Hundred in the Hands are one of those bands where you can't figure out exactly why they have been signed. The lead track here has them doing a kind of polished School of Seven Bells, Austra type thing, all plaintive female vocals and icy electronics. It's accompanied by a forgettable track 'Mountains' and a host of remixes by Andy Stott, Patten and Optimo, the latter turning up twice in dub and non-dub versions.
Nothing stands out. The Patten attempt has a nice underwater feel mixing drowning dub spheres with the watery Animal Collective vibe. Otherwise kind of pointless really. There must be a reason they release these type of records - even if the mixes are good, does anyone really need five of the same so-so song?
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