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1 review »This twelve not only has the most alarming sleeve of the week but also finishes with a track called ‘Das Hamster’ which as anybody that knows me knows...automatically (nearly) gives it record of the week status! This is by one of them thar Berlin-dwelling loons and fits into that slow, dirty, snappy electro-dirge category that sounds like NHK getting erotic with the old DHR massive, li ... »

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  • RER012-12 / 12" on Robot Elephant feat. Sensational

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8/10 Brian Staff review, 27 July 2012

This twelve not only has the most alarming sleeve of the week but also finishes with a track called ‘Das Hamster’ which as anybody that knows me knows...automatically (nearly) gives it record of the week status! This is by one of them thar Berlin-dwelling loons and fits into that slow, dirty, snappy electro-dirge category that sounds like NHK getting erotic with the old DHR massive, like an update on the old Kool-Pop sound as realised by Modeselektor at their giddiest. That’s what I reckon to ‘Bosched’ anyways.

Subsequently ‘Fishsh’ sounds like a proper filthy distorted take on Shadow Huntaz or Ghislain Poirier, Sensational’s cool rap style being the reason for this. The frankly nuts mid-range on this crazed twat of a tune sounds like that dreaded dubstep wobble being dissolved (rightfully so) in a bath of acid then like...horribly re-filtered into your ears for maximum weirdness.

Overleaf there’s another dark brooding grime-y stomp that bristles with fizzing digital aggression then The Hamster comes stuttering and clamouring at my brain door for sustenance. This is an old skool grumbling, stumbling IDM track with malevolent foaming mid-range, a stomping, grimacing break and sinister keys that sounds like it’s got well shittered in the pub and is about to attempt to break into your house and be sick on the floor.


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