The latest release on Berlin label Fachwerk comes from one of its most adventurous practitioners. Rydell has provided the label with some of its most off-beat releases and Thought is no exception. "Thought Disorder" is based on a drunken, sideways groove and features warped vocals and a succession of break downs. Although at first it sounds deceptively abstract, when Rydell's furious percussion kicks in its efficacy is more audible. By contrast, "Haptic" is more reduced and less frenetic, with chopped up, repetitive vocals set to a loose rhythm. There is also a contribution from Roberto on this release and "Moons of Smoke" is a jazzy keyboard-led, dubbed out workout that sits well beside Rydell's seemingly abstract sound.
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