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The Death Of Rave hits its 10th release with a dream collaborative release from two of the most relevant names in future facing ‘dance’ music; Sheffield based, SND veteran Mark Fell and Budapest sound artist Gábor Lázár. On The Neurobiology of Moral Decision Making, the duo deliver 10 pieces of off the grid, unsyncopated mastery, deconstructing of the steadfast preconceptions of dance music through a suite of constantly shifting time signatures, sporadic claps and sterile, modernistic melody. Such production methods obliterate the deeply rooted notions of rhythm, ushering in a new age of dance floor exploration. Each piece is untitled, and shifts from bursts of sonic spasm (‘1’,‘6’) to more fully realised extrapolations of their off-kilter methods (‘3’, ‘4’) where we’re able to appreciate the subtle rhythmic morphs on a greater time plane. All of this builds to the 12 minute plus closing tenth piece, where the duo let loose on a mind-bending jaunt of rhythmic and sonic convulsions, fully exhibiting the possibilities and potential of Max/MSP technology.