The second release on Prins Thomas' Rett I Fletta imprint - an outlet for "music for Neanderthals", according to the producer - comes from the label boss himself. It features two versions of III album closer Apne Slusa, plus two previously unheard tracks. It's notably more electronic - and pleasingly analogue in origin, too - than much of his work over the last few years, with less obvious krautrock and progressive rock influences. Highlights include a super deep and crackly interpretation of the title track from Margot, an acid-flecked space disco extension of the same cut from Thomas himself, and "Akken E Det Du Snafse", a heavy but stripped-back exercise in murky, late night techno. "Slufsa", a stripped-back beat-heavy dub of "Apne Slusa", is also superb.
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