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The GESCOM MiniDisc that was kicking about a few years back has had a timely issue on CD courtesy Russell Haswell's OR Imprint. Apparently, this was the first ever MiniDisc only release. I do love a bit of Gescom being a massive Autechre head (and Gescom being Sean Booth and Rob Brown - though I'm unsure as to whether Rob Hall or who else was involved with this one.) This is really far out sound design, extremely abstract experimental machine music that sounds completely cold, sterile and synthetic. Don't expect any head nodding crunching techno rhythms here as this is aimed straight at the head and not the feet. There are 22 tracks in all which are presented like a kind of sample library for producers to use and remix which I think was the original intention of the disc. There are some really fantastic sounds on here although I'm not sure how cohesive it is as an album. You can bang it on shuffle and have a different listening experience every time. Proper good shit!
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