No-one knows who did this. No-one. Not anybody. Whodunnit? The label tells us the following disc jockeys have "shown support":
- Four Tet
- Darko Esser/Tripeo
- Call Super
- A Made Up Sound
- Anthony Naples
- Cosmin TRG
- + more
None the wiser. Sounds pretty epic though.
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Not much to go on here as what we’ve got is a mystery track by a mystery artist released on a mystery label with no back catalogue. It’s just so mysterious I had no choice but to call in Hetty Wainthropp to help me write this review, and attempt to get to the bottom of this vexing little mystery. Here’s what she had to say:
“Looking at this record formally I can observe a beguiling juxtaposition between its wonderfully propulsive bassline and lilting chimes, set at stark contrast with the arbitrary stabs of mechanical discordance that evoke the punching and kicking sound effects of a fight scene in an kung-fu B-movie exclusively featuring malfunctioning robots. This is all very well and good, but it gives us little or no indication of whom the guilty party may be. I refer here to the accompanying press release affiliating this record with contemporary artists such as Surgeon, Four Tet, Perc and Untold - with none of whom’s work I am particularly enamoured, but then, I am a quaint, elderly and fictional TV detective, not an authority on contemporary electronic music! You need to speak to Bergerac if that is what you’re after. I can only assume that this document serves to perpetuate the myth of the perpetrator via association. Perhaps the ruse is that it is actually one of these artists hiding in plain sight! Or perhaps it is someone else altogether, like Kanye West or Randy Newman. Perhaps it doesn’t matter one jot.”
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