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1 review »After shifting over from Bass tunes to making techno with tracks on Clone Basement Series Black Sun and R&S, this is the tune that really got the techno scene talking about Blawan. Now receiving a much needed repress it tore up many a dancefloor during 2012 being hammered by the likes of Surgeon with whom he recently collaborated as Trade. 'Why They Hide Their Bodies Under My Garage' comes on ... »
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His He She & She by Blawan
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9/10 Ant Staff review, 03 May 2013

After shifting over from Bass tunes to making techno with tracks on Clone Basement Series Black Sun and R&S, this is the tune that really got the techno scene talking about Blawan. Now receiving a much needed repress it tore up many a dancefloor during 2012 being hammered by the likes of Surgeon with whom he recently collaborated as Trade.

'Why They Hide Their Bodies Under My Garage' comes on like Green Velvet at his most deranged with nightmarish howls and that catchy vocal line which makes it distinctive and memorable, really standing out in a set. It has a thumper of a kick and proper wonky morphing baseline. 'His Daughters' is up next and is even darker with ghoulish wails, demonic undecipherable vocal and washy percussion. A good one to bring it down a bit before slamming in a banger.

The flip kicks off with 'His Money' again with a catchy vocal hook which sounds like a pitched down sample from a hip-hop tune "How many mic's do we rip on the daily". All finely tooled with stuttering rhythms and distant vocal screams for the dark small hours. Finally 'And Both His Sons' has Blawan's signature clattering percussion stamped all over it. A no nonsense heads down techno stomper that bangs hard like his Karenn tracks with Pariah. I'm sure a lot of folks that missed out on this first time round will be glad to get their mucky paws on a copy. A solid EP of heavy jackin' machine funk.


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