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One half of Golden Retriever is back in the lab (sorry)with an album of synth workouts that appear to have been created using mathematical formulas. This is perhaps the worlds most bleepy music and uses abstract sound and non linear patterns influenced by early tech sound guys like Charles Amirkhanian and Charles Dodge. Challenging? Of course.   

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  • SP072 / LP on Shelter Press. Edition of 500 copies

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The View From Nowhere by Matt Carlson 1 review. Add your own review. 9/10
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9/10 Staff review, 28 July 2016

My goodness what is happening here? Sounds like R2-D2 and his crew of merry modular synthesizer droids has remade Robert Ashley’s 'In Sara, Mencken, Christ And Beethoven There Were Men And Women’.

This record is a mind boggling, disorientating, complex network of bleeping, twisted electronic spaghetti and processed vocals. A head exploding sensory overload. It’s like mainlining cyberspace directly into your brain. I feel like I’m aboard a spacecraft being subjected to a series of tests by an alien race. 


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