Mike Paradinas returns under his U-Ziq guise with 'Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique'. The synths on opener 'Prong Seemness' are a little Analord like but then become more like his early releases for Rephlex. He's back doing his Tango & Vectif / Bluff Limbo type of electronics as opposed to the more Venetian Snares inspired sounds of 'Bilious Paths'. It's difficult to tell whether some of these are from the archives and have been revisited or not. It's those trademark slightly wonky discordant childlike melodies.There's some cool dark tracks on here though and some crunch tastic beats. Fans of his early stuff really ought to have a sniff. To keep up with the fashion he does an acid track with 'The Doubtful Guest' and all...CD only at the moment with wax to follow on Planet Mu.
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