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Here we have the follow up EP to ‘An Assembly’ from Positive Centre AKA Mike Jefford on Sigha’s Our Circula Sound label. ‘Hiding Knives’ opens in fine style with the killer title track which is absolutely cavernous with huge dense industrial noise creating huge walls of intensely absorbing sound around stomping sluggish EBM rhythmic work. A total monster, which b ...

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Hiding Knives by Positive Centre
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 24 January 2014

Here we have the follow up EP to ‘An Assembly’ from Positive Centre AKA Mike Jefford on Sigha’s Our Circula Sound label. ‘Hiding Knives’ opens in fine style with the killer title track which is absolutely cavernous with huge dense industrial noise creating huge walls of intensely absorbing sound around stomping sluggish EBM rhythmic work. A total monster, which begs the question; where did this guy appear from? He seems to have come out of nowhere with two sold EP’s. Anyway up next is ‘Field Of Tongues’ which is much more stripped back except for a big buzz saw almost ravey synth riff that sounds like some stoned old Belgian Techno.

‘The Proprioceptor’ has some great sounds, like sticking your head under a waterfall but if I’m honest I found the main riff a bit grating. ‘Swell Of Gravity’ tunnels deeper with lots of dripping almost fluid like sounds, constantly building tension throughout and then breaking into a booming FX laden kick like a stripped back Ancient Methods.

If you were into his first then I can totally recommend picking up this slab of maximalist doomy dubbed out techno.


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