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Van Pazanowski is the chap who once recorded a very cinematic Israeli hip hop album under the name Subsoniq. It was quite ace indeed I recall. His latest nom de plume provides music in a much more dissonant form. Opening proceedings with some crackly old archive gear, a haunting piano piece with traditional Hebrew lyrics that sets the mood for...well, anything! So what follows is some hollow scree ...

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Ltd CD in posh 3D fancy moving image specialness sleeve on Uganda Records.

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Van Pazanowski by Van Pazanowski
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 02 May 2008
Van Pazanowski is the chap who once recorded a very cinematic Israeli hip hop album under the name Subsoniq. It was quite ace indeed I recall. His latest nom de plume provides music in a much more dissonant form. Opening proceedings with some crackly old archive gear, a haunting piano piece with traditional Hebrew lyrics that sets the mood for...well, anything! So what follows is some hollow screeing metallic feedback drone that sounds like Thurston Moore ramming his guitar down a long hollow metal pipe. Then the digital sludge-hop lopes angrily into the picture, with broken daleks wearing clogs in tow and a distorted eastern melody floating over the startling melee. That track is quite superb methinks! To conclude, some intriguing minimal metallic discordance spooks the party, the closest comparison is 'How to Destroy Angels' by Coil, very spacious, atmospheric & strangely peaceful. True industrial ambience, really nicely done. A cool little EP, really top packaging too!

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