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Limited white label action from the enigmatic John T. Gast (Planet Mu, Blackest Ever Black, 5 Gate Temple, Apron Records etc.) with a pair of cuts apparently recorded in 2013. They’ve been maturing nicely on whatever hard drive they’ve been lurking on for the past five years…
Up top, the superb ‘Angela’ is driven by the relentless stomp of stalking techno beats. It literally feels like this thing is hunting me down - I expect an infrared target to appear on my scone any second. Then, its sinister edge is softened by glorious sci-fi synth and strings as I make my escape into some futuristic vehicle and cruise on a night drive through neo-Detroit circa 2040, hovering past a blur of neon lights from a Blade Runner-esque metroplex.
We arrive at our destination in ‘Dirth’ and slip through the back door of some debauched droid rave were clattering ratchet arms are swinging in the air, cyborgs are flogging grams of Robocaine for Bitcoin and the DJ is a Ron Hardy hologram.
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