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Two manic bits of wonky techno here from an artist who has previously released via Norwood Cassette Library and Mote Evolver. Just as with Evian Christ a couple of years back, b-side ‘Duga 3’ takes its name from the USSR’s nuclear signalling programme. Unlike EC’s moody slab of ambience, this particular Duga lurches forward with the kind of jittery heads-down mania that evokes everyone from The Future Sound of London to Pearson Sound. Very enjoyable indeed.

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Numbers Stations / Duga 3 by Kamikaze Space Programme 1 review. Add your own review. 9/10
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9/10 Staff review, 22 December 2016

Here's a belter for ya... superb clanging metallic/ mechanical/ chiming techno from Christopher Jarman formerly known as drum & Bass producer Raiden. This follows releases on Berlin's Killekill offshoot Vanta Series, Osiris Music, Trust and Luke Slater's Mote-Evolver label. 

Up top are the mesmeric bells of 'Numbers Stations' that would be compatible with recent Planetary Assault Systems gear. Down below is the darker gnarly groove of 'Duga 3' that sounds like an army of cement mixers clanking out a jagged dancefloor groove. Killer stuff.


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