Charlie Duff puts his head down and ditches the Chicago influences for this release on Henning Baer's label. The title track is an upfront roller that mixes the repetitive tonal sounds of Berlin artists like Sleeparchive with the dense loops of late 90s UK techno. "Polarity" marks a change of direction and a lowering of the tempo thanks to its staccato beats, radio interference squiggles and dark bass belches, but this is really a pure techno record. This overarching aesthetic is audible on the cold bleeps and steely drums of "Beacon" - which sounds like the bastard child of the aforementioned Sleeparchive and Sandwell District's Function - and on the tranced out, dub-heavy Goner take on the same track.
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