It's been a few years since Jon Gaiser last released a record, but in the interim not too much has changed in his world. The title track has the same hiccupping, stuttering vocal sample beloved of the Minus minimal sound and an unflinching, receptive rhythm, yet there are some subtle progressions. "Krakdup" is swathed in ravey riffs, like one would hear in a wonky techno release. "Where We Are" also features similar stuttering vocals, but the beats are heavier and filled and the wild analogue howls are reminiscent of classic Dan Bell or even Neil Landstrumm. Gaiser may not have cracked up, but it sounds like he's getting his hands dirty.
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