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Here’s something interesting - the debut album from famed artist and Chapman brother Dinos Chapman! Best known of course for their prints, sculptures and installation art, this album is the culmination of years of experimentation creating electronic “Schlampige Musik” (literally sloppy music) inspired by “insomnia, horror movies and boredom”. But is it any good?
Actually yeah, it is. There’s a backbone of metronomic techno pulses and sometimes modular loops over which Chapman gently sprinkles weird semi-improvised touches from synths and brutally processed vocals, leaving a skeletal, throbbing drift that takes elements of early minimal German techno into the territory of spookedelic types like Anworth Kirk, or Burial Hex gone Basic Channel. The cyclic rhythms quickly become strangely hypnotic, sometimes finding a cool midpoint between stuttering Mark Fell-esque beats and easy-on-the-ear darkness like Vatican Shadow. I was a little dubious about this one but actually it’s a very respectable bit of minimal experimental electronica. Hats off.
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