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Mute's Liberation Technologies imprint is shaping up to be quite a label with releases from King Felix (Laurel Halo), British Murder Boys, Bandshell, Powell and now Sheffield's Mark Fell.
Each side of 'n-Dimension Analysis' is comprised of seven sections. Sections 1-7 has Mark working with a similar palette to his Sensate Focus output but rhythmically shares more in common with his output under his own name and even some SND material. His 707 sounds like it must be burning up, churning out hyperactive rhythms that stop, start and judder in unexpected ways around techno/ house chords.
Sections 8-14 initially sounds like it's playing at the incorrect speed with unfathomably complex rhythms that are like the bastard child of jungle and footwork but again they retain a techno/ house feel. There is nobody else on the planet constructing rhythms this idiosyncratic. As always the production is pristine and although the rhythms can feel disorientating there's still a groove and lashings of funk. I'd love to see bodies contorting into unimaginable shapes trying to dance to the tracks but then it will take the bravest of DJ's to drop these mind boggling beats on the dancefloor. Well smart.
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