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Using his L/F/D/M alias, producer Richard Smith (who also works with Dom Butler of Factory Floor as Bronze Teeth and Green Gums) hits hard with the Crocodiles In The Ceiling EP, 4 tracks of take-no-prisoners, all-night banger-party music. 12” on the Ecstatic label, served up in a poly bag with an art insert.

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  • E019 / 12" on Ecstatic. Includes 12" x 12" art insert housed in a poly bag

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Crocodiles in the Ceiling EP by L/F/D/M 1 review. Add your own review. 8/10
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8/10 Staff review, 24 March 2016

Bronze Teeth / Green Gums man Richard Smith returns to Ecstatic as L/F/D/M (Loves Flaccid Disco Muscle) following last years ‘M Is A Shape’ LP and EP’s for Optimo Trax, CGi and Clan Destine Traxx.

The 4 track 'Crocodiles in the Ceiling EP' kicks off with ‘Lego Train Crashes’ underpinned by manic EBM/ Robert Görl flavoured bass that seem to be popular in techno at the moment. What saves it from being your usual looped up effort is the way things feel like they're slipping out of time and crashing against each other. Like a straight line drawn without a ruler. The bubbling, squelchy acidic electro of ‘Elek F’ wouldn’t be out of place on The Exaltics Solar One label.

Meanwhile over on the flipside lurks warehouse banger ‘Take A Chance’. Switching between rough ass Mike Dunn style classic Chicago house and Powell style post-punk inspired techno. The EP closes with the steady paced, crude drums of  ‘Rum + Black’ spitting raw blasts of frothy noise, feedback and nasty electronic shrapnel.


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