Given his deep love of bleep techno, it's perhaps unsurprising that JD Twitch is keen on the post-bleep house wonkiness of former Sweet Exorcist man DJ Parrot's Crooked Man project. Here he gives him a fully justified release on Optimo Trax with which to do his thing. Those familiar with Crooked Man's previous output will feel right at home. "Undigitize Me" is a little rougher around the edges than their previous work, but retains the usual sleaziness (thanks to some odd vocals, warped bass and hypnotic rhythms). "Skink" is, if anything, even wilder and wonkier, with a real intense late night swing. Best of all, though, is the heads-down, stripped-back pulse of "Try Me", a 12-minute exercise in druggy dancefloor dynamics with superb vocals from Pete Simpson.
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