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1 review »There are not many certainties in life. One is that we will all eventually die, another is that at the time of writing the A&R at Liberation Technologies know their shit. They’ve picked up Container AKA Ren Schofield for a stormer of an EP that follows excellent releases on Spectrum Spools, Morphine and the usual smattering of early cassettes and stuff. Anyone familiar with his sounds kn ... »

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Adhesive by Container
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 23 January 2014

There are not many certainties in life. One is that we will all eventually die, another is that at the time of writing the A&R at Liberation Technologies know their shit. They’ve picked up Container AKA Ren Schofield for a stormer of an EP that follows excellent releases on Spectrum Spools, Morphine and the usual smattering of early cassettes and stuff. Anyone familiar with his sounds knows full well that this guy bangs the boxes hard, here opening the ‘Adhesive’ EP with with some pounding uptempo electro with neck cracking snares, booming 808 kick and head rinsing, distorted rhythmic noise which at the time of writing - 6:30 AM have truly blown out the cobwebs.

‘Slush’ shifts up a gear with chugging, driving bass and blistering distorted metallic drums. Things peel back briefly to reveal the bassline and some sparse percussion then reassemble with frantic intensity which will send a really up for it dancefloor into absolute mayhem.

'‘Complex’ sounds like Kraftwerk on Angel Dust while an unfortunate bumble bee that accidently took a hit unsuccessfully attempts to escape, bouncing off of the Kling Klang studio walls. ‘Adhesive’ is probably the highest tempo cut of the bunch with wild military marching drums and bubbling synths all fuzzed out to the maximum, then the kicks get distorted even further. I can actually imagine a load of nutters in Rotterdam with their shirts off totally losing their shit to this, gurning their tits off while the sirens blaze. Not for the faint hearted. This here technoise is probably what Jeff Mills sounds like to your granny.


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