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- One black one white sleeve
- Shrink-wrapped together
Nurmad Jusat has long been one of the unsung heroes of electronic music and mid 90's techno with a remarkable influence on the scene from his limited discography. Under the monikers Nuron and Fugue, Jusat’s output — which in a space somewhere between Sheffield bleep and elegant ambient techno — has been crying out for a re-issue since the heady days of the early 1990s. Fortunately, this Likemind Records re-issue contains 8 of his finest works remastered at long last.
Despite the fact that tunes like ‘Madam 6’ and ‘In Motion’ stand at about a year apart on the Nuron production schedule, they fit together as neatly as two jigsaw pieces. Sweet acid modulations bleed into one another, and phased snares provide a gentle segue around the 120bpm mark. There’s no telling why Jusat decided to craft two of these eight classic cuts under his Fugue alias, but ‘Contrapoint’ and ‘Interlagos’ are testimony to his strong sense for off-kilter rhythms as explored in Carl Craig's Psyche/BFC productions or B12's output on Warp the continual thread found throughout his catalogue.
This collection is a sublime document of the genres formative years that still sounds as good nearly three decades later - essential material.