Sim Hutchins has quickly rised in the ranks, going from No Pain In Pop to taking the controls on Local Action with his debut LP, Clubeighteen2thirty. This is no easy ride through the placid realms of electronica, however, as Hutchins lays down some insanely provocative drum machine rhythms and broken loops of all shapes and sizes. In fact, the continuity between tracks like "Baby You're A Drug" and "Her Lazer Lout Eyes" is clearly audible even though they represent two different moods. The vision, the sound, and the style is invariably visible, though, making this a stand-out album for us. Both for this week, and probably for this year. Keep your ears peeled...
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