Lucy's label continues its fifth anniversary celebrations with a release that leans towards the abstract. Dscrd's "Apparition Hill" sounds like a dance floor incarnation of Stroboscopic's spin-off Monad series, its muffled, ghostly effects and static hiss supported by a primal kick. In a similar vein is Tommy Four Seven's "FFFFF", where grubby, grimy tones are underscored by a dense, squirming rhythm, while Xhin's "Blade Moth" resounds to broken beats and the insect being fried in neon light sound effect that the Singaporean artist excels at. However, the standout cut is Kangding Ray's "Luna"; with a dearth of abstract sounds, it focuses on a lean, mean pulsing groove that could be the music to a chase scene in a movie featuring the brilliant anti-hero Christoph Waltz.
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Xhin/Tommy Four Seven/Kangding Ray/DscrdStroboscopic Artefacts Germany
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