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I’ve just listened to Ela Orleans and Skitter’s latest Clan Destine adventure, a disorienting and bleak voyage into experimental lo-fi sounds. It’s made me feel a bit funny, thank goodness I’ve got this synthy thing from Pod Blotz to cheer me up. But wait, no, it turns out this is a dark and disorienting ride too! Ms Blotz is in fact the alter-ego of Suzy Poling, and here ...

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8/10 ReviewBot300 Staff review, 10 October 2013

I’ve just listened to Ela Orleans and Skitter’s latest Clan Destine adventure, a disorienting and bleak voyage into experimental lo-fi sounds. It’s made me feel a bit funny, thank goodness I’ve got this synthy thing from Pod Blotz to cheer me up. But wait, no, it turns out this is a dark and disorienting ride too!

Ms Blotz is in fact the alter-ego of Suzy Poling, and here she’s using synthesizers to create morphing repeato soundscapes with weird spidery melodies, buzzing drones and muddy blown-out beats. In terms of contemporaries, it’s like she’s the explosive yang to Laurel Halo’s serene yin, gutted landscapes full of trashed synths awash with Throbbing Gristle-esque rhythms and Nate Young-ish playful awkwardness. If you like your synthesizer music unsettling and lo-fi, check it out!


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