Introduced to the world by Nathan Fake back in the original days of MySpace, it was only after several years the producer finally released their debut record on the Swedish imprint Studio Barnhus in 2011; Hammerfest was a three track collection of analogue techno with euphoric undertones in the Border Community vein, filled with icy synths, unusual melodies and shimmering backdrops. The producer's second release continues in much the same style; "Shakes" combines jittery sample manipulation in the style of Soundstream with unrelenting analogue weirdness, while "Helmet" pairs lively breakbeats with sonorous keys and an undulating synth wash; both are as brilliantly odd as the surreal cover art suggest, and give the L.I.E.S. and Sex Tags camps a run for their money.
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