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Joey Anderson is a master producer of inventive and atmospheric techno / house: on several tracks here, he takes one little sound and toys with it back and forth over sturdy 4/4 backing. Invisible Switch brings him back to Dekmantel after having previously released on Anunnaki Cartel and Tanstaafl Planets. CD or 2LP.

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Invisible Switch by Joey Anderson 1 review. Add your own review. 7/10
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7/10 Staff review, 22 December 2015

First up the important but. Really, really high quality inner dust jackets. None of these flimsy bits of polythene. You could cloche your spring bulbs with these.   Joey Anderson is a house expert who makes really small minimal sounds  - I don’t know about micro house but this sounds like it was made in miniature. ‘Organ to Dust’ has tiny clicky beats, warm swells of billowing synths and weird discordant synth fuzz. Things expand a bit on ‘Reset’ with a pounding BPM and the type of skittering, silvery synth that was born to create an uncertain atmosphere. Uh oh here comes the bass slithering underneath like a slug as high hats join the party.   ‘Tell Us Where’ is even more high pitched whilst ‘Amarna' is house music squashed like a tomato. This is interesting, acidy oddball houser/techno using pretty much the least organic sounds ever made. 



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