Traversing house, disco and post-punk styles, the Each Other act delivers an idiosyncratic track in the form of "Same As It Never Was", where a tight electronic rhythm underpins deadpan vocals. Elsewhere on this release for Soulwax's label, "Burn It Down" sees them take an entirely different approach; focusing their efforts on squelchy acid and spiky electro drums, they use these elements to underpin androgynous, nasal vocals. "Six Weeks" also features the sound of the human voice, but in this instance it's fully fledged singing rather than samples, with this warm human element unravelling over an infectious synth melody.
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