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1 review | Only 1 person has said they love this record: be the 2nd! John T. Gast returns in stealth mode with a second white label 12” of “more tracks from the ark circa 2013.” The previous one is already a goner, so if you wanna score this grimy bad boy, best pull yer finger out of whatever orifice it is that people put fingers in when they’re being lazy. The first tune is thee ‘Club Version’ and is a joyous little squirmer th ... »

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BTEC Version #2 by John T. Gast
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 23 August 2018

John T. Gast returns in stealth mode with a second white label 12” of “more tracks from the ark circa 2013.” The previous one is already a goner, so if you wanna score this grimy bad boy, best pull yer finger out of whatever orifice it is that people put fingers in when they’re being lazy.

The first tune is thee ‘Club Version’ and is a joyous little squirmer that’s like he’s deployed some bleeping robot snakes into yer undies along with demented ants in yer pixelated pants which are partially tamed by opiated soulful Detroit pads and taunted by a springy acidic bassline. There’s some wicked, sharp, hissy metallic percussion that occasionally pops in lacerates the whole track, tearing, ripping and slicing through - I half expect it would have my fingers off trying to cue it up.

‘Jettison II’ builds tension with tantalizing morphing layers of bleeps, icy strings and chopper sounds that combine to have me on the edge of some sort of freak out anxiety episode. ‘NUN-1’ goes off like Terminator 2 meets Dizzee’s ‘I Luv U’ - malfunctioning grime warfare where percussion ammo and beat shrapnel fire through toxic skies and ricochet from sleek neo tokyo skyscrapers. This slab and the first plate combined = a genuine pair of whoppers.


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