Kurt baggaley a.k.a Scape One twinkles his way onto CPU with the heady sci-fi cut Recombination. Rich analogue tones combine with a real sense of space and forward motion to push these works into the stratosphere. From Morodor to John Foxx these are synth journeys that pay respect to history. Out on vinyl 12” from Central Processing Unit.
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7/10 Clinton Staff review, 15 May 2015
Is there a better label out there at the moment releasing decent, slightly old school electronica than CPU. Well I can’t find one. Each release is absolutely essential - collect the lot and as well as having a lot of great music, you are going to have something hopefully much sought after in years to come.
This latest is by prolific electronic stalwart Scape One and has an eerie dystopian feel to the atmospherics whilst containing enough bleeps to keep the average Autechre fan happy. Actually I may have just played the flip first but it doesn’t really matter does it? Over on the other side there’s two further tracks the first is one which will have made Phil Oakey very happy had it been released in 1978, very similar to ‘Dignity of Labour’ era Human League. The final track is a kind of retro sci-fi piece of cold wave with some speech or other about the atomic war slathered on top. Scary.
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