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Sheffield techno warriors The Black Dog make an appearance on Ostgut Ton's sub-label Unterton with what presumably is the first instalment in a series of 12"s. Kicking off with 'Council Flat Emptiness (Stripped)' which has them in a housier mode than we're used to. It's a heavy bass, disco flavoured tech-house cut with some wriggly acidic synths. It's essentially a reduced and perhaps more functio ...

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9/10 Ant Staff review, 15 March 2013

Sheffield techno warriors The Black Dog make an appearance on Ostgut Ton's sub-label Unterton with what presumably is the first instalment in a series of 12"s. Kicking off with 'Council Flat Emptiness (Stripped)' which has them in a housier mode than we're used to. It's a heavy bass, disco flavoured tech-house cut with some wriggly acidic synths. It's essentially a reduced and perhaps more functional version (as you might expect) of 'Council Flat Emptiness'. The original version is filled out more with lush strings and dreamy synths which work wonders on thee ole weary noggin'.

UK techno legend and possibly the UK's finest ever techno producer Lord Luke Slater returns the favour (after The Black Dog Remixed Planetary Assault Systems' 'Beauty In The Fear') with a rare appearance under his L.B Dub Corp pseudonym. He turns out a smart dub inflected techno epic in his inimitable style, both cerebral and body moving. I like the Black Dog a lot but this failed to move me, however the L.B Dub Corp Remix is begging to meet my 1210.


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