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The ever prolific Kevin Drumm is back on Editions Mego after his last outing on the label with the Relief single in 2012. Trouble is a long-form piece that deals in the most subtle harmonic tones, from barely audible sub drifts to distant cries of strings from his signature weapon of choice, the tabletop guitar. There are moments when the sound swells ominously, and progressively over the duration of nearly an hour the sound reshapes itself with glacial progress. Occasionally it falls away again, only to re-emerge in a marginally altered configuration, but over the slow-moving course of the album the subtle shifts are less significant than the overall swell of the piece as a single solid experience.
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Editions Mego, one of our favourite electronic labels out there and one of the few game-changers around, drop another bomb-load of sonic artillery in the form of a collaborative EP by Stilluppsteypa, BJ Nilsen and Anla Courtis! Recorded between Berlin, Reykjavik and Buenos Aires, the tracks give the sensation of time space thanks to their aural freedom. "Aurora Australis", for example, sounds like the beginning of a storm, while "Fish Is God" paints a monstrous picture with its odd, mutated voices and freezing cold wall of sound. Stunning.
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As 2014 has rolled on, Powell's Diagonal label has really gathered a sense of momentum and direction with its succession of releases. With the Juno office stereo still in recovery from the most excellent Shit & Shine LP Powder Horn, this new double pronged noise sermon from the masterful Russell Haswell only adds to their impressive year. Comprised of two 10-minute tracks, Double A is at times as bracing as anything else from the Haswell canon, with the scratched, spasmodic improvised sonics of lead track "Foxy" potentially capable of scaring Richard D James back into hiding. "One Take Dub No Edit" is described by Diagonal as a "flashback to a vital time when futurist Latin freestyle and industrial funk were the dancer's choice" and is perhaps the closest concession to the dancefloor from Haswell yet.