Luke Slater returns to his Planetary Assault Systems moniker, once again legitimising his influential place in the past 20 years of the UK techno scene. Following two studio albums on Ostgut Ton in 2009 and 2011 as well as a good number of EPs on his own Mote Evolver imprint, The Eyes Themselves also arrives via the latter, and is every bit as hypnotic as its predecessors: the title track gets to work with high-frequency sci-fi sounds on a determined push and pull beat, whereas ‘Strange Attractor’ tones down the bass notes in favour of another space synth expedition - on the flip side, Slater reveals his impetuous side with its nervously fidgeting elements evolving into a noisy entirety.
Vinyl, 12"Out of stock
WAV / FLAC$4.99
320 kbps, LAME-encoded
- 1 The Eyes Themselves 5:51 Planetary Assault Systems Buy
- 2 Strange Attractor 6:32 Planetary Assault Systems Buy
- 3 Arc 7:42 Planetary Assault Systems Buy
- 4 Arc (The Bass Cut) 8:15 Planetary Assault Systems Buy