Snork Enterprises has a reputation for releasing raw and tracky techno, but Demonstration in Gelb exceeds its usual standards. "An Der Luppe" is a killer peak time track, its glitchy, gnarly rhythm recalling the best bits from the Sender label's back catalogue. Crunchy percussion and dark bleeps come together against this shuffling backdrop and in the distance a malevolent horn is audible. "Da Zipperleyn" is not quite as intense, but its doubled up percussive elements threaten to implode upon one another as they make a glitchy racket. Combined with Offset's love of evil bass licks and stop-start rhythms, it packs a powerfully busy punch.
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