Following the release of his rather good - but arguably overlooked - debut album last year, Anno Stamm has been pretty quiet. Here, he returns to regular home All City with FragmentsB, a kind of partner piece to his 2013 debut for the Irish label, FragmentsA. Like its' predecessor five years ago, it's a quirky but hugely entertaining affair. Opener "La Viande" is nominally a fuzzy and occasionally foreboding house cut, but is a much cheerier affair thanks to the producer's use of cheery, lo-fi synth melodies. There's a similar feel to the full-throttle "Do Yoused To Go", where viscously chopped-up rave riffs and mutant vocal samples ride a crunchy, bass-heavy rhythm track. Finally, the producer's dusty, left-of-centre techno beats are swaddled in decidedly trippy and dubbed-out electronics on rock solid closer "Pyramid Peach".
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