The harder end of minimal techno is the prevailing sound of Extraction. It's clear that Dare & Haste have closely followed Rob Hood's more visceral releases as well as the relentless assault of Jay Denham's Black Nation catalogue. These influences manifest themselves most audibly on the jarring riffs of "Emptied Hall", the jackhammer intensity of the title track or on "Fear Engineering", where a buzzing bassline accelerates the onset of an irresistibly gloomy techno groove. Added to these original compositions are some excellent remixes, including Chris Finke's dubby, acid-flecked take on "Extended Sink Device" and the eerie, isolationist minimal of Jake Conlon's version of "Residual Image Of Detroit".
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