Drum and bass producer turned premiere exponent of gloopy synth experiments Lance Dibblee turns out a new album of Red Math material for the ever excellent Seattle label Further Records. If you indulged in Unhinged, the 2010 Red Math tape for Digitalis then you'll be all over this 11-track set that pays little attention to the concept of beat dynamics, instead favouring a churning array of gurgling analogue bleeps, squeaks and flourishes. "Storm" and the Delia Derbyshire-esque "Space Music" stand out on first listen but this is always going to be an album that you willingly allow to consume your every sense over time.
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