Older tracks like "Back Down" from a split with Joy and Revolution on Magic Rub Cassettes fire through with IDM's glitchy rhythms and attention deficient melodies. Ian Curtis' detached desperation, Suicide's retro-futuristic synth punk, and isolated cold wave are synthesized into a concise blur of shambled dance music that's perfect for the dark, cramped corners of 529.
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Great list. I would add Amon Tobin's release. http://www.thevinylfactory.com/vinyl-facto…
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