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Watch your bass bins cuz James Ginzburg, Paul Purgas are on a mission to test them to the absolute limit with a triptych of experiments in the dynamics of low frequencies. And I mean LOW. These recordings document three installations located at "a decommissioned nuclear power station in Snowdonia, a vast concrete testing bunker below central London, and a 22 mile medieval mine tunneled into the ea ...

12" £7.49 SUB007

12" in gatefold sleeve on Subtext.

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9/10 Ant Staff review, 21 March 2013

Watch your bass bins cuz James Ginzburg, Paul Purgas are on a mission to test them to the absolute limit with a triptych of experiments in the dynamics of low frequencies. And I mean LOW. These recordings document three installations located at "a decommissioned nuclear power station in Snowdonia, a vast concrete testing bunker below central London, and a 22 mile medieval mine tunneled into the earth beneath Ken."

These guy's aren't fucking around. They mean business withth their thunderous emissions, but then if you picked up the cracking 'Collapse' 12" on Raster-Noton, or indeed any of their stuff on Subtext you know the score. Lord know's what tone generators they're using? Probably some cold-war shit. Regardles the results are pretty darn evil sounding with cavernous bass shifting, throbbing and pulsing. At several points I'm reminded of Mika Vaino' s work both solo and with Pan Sonic. Pretty darn tasty I reckon plus the 12" comes in lovely gatefold sleeve.


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