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- A Smile is a Curve That Straightens Most Things by Bass Clef
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We know a man called Ralph & after sniggering at his silly name for two years we've now had to eat a whole skipload of humble pie cos he's just delivered this rather ace experimental grime/dubstep album under his nom de plume BASS CLEF (cue more sniggering - sounds like cleft!) After realising i have the mental age of a retarded squirrel, I also have to accept I have the musical appreciation of a beard stroking grandmaster of tunesville! (hahahahahaha) Cos this bunch of skittering, playful beats, insane schizo bass frequencies, moody dub textures & excellent programming is honestly one of the best progressive electronic albums i've heard in months. He's obviously been ingesting sounds from the entire IDM spectrum for years and has just thrown his cap into the ring with this collection of futurestep classics for the laugh. Ranging from spacious minimal dubstep to Warp style pioneering technoid stuff like Milanese, taking in influences from the likes of Squarepusher etc, this CD, 'A Smile as a Curve that Straightens Most Things' (a sweet title) is an absorbing journey for intelligent beat-heads everywhere. On Blank Tapes. Really you should click on this
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