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London’s Khemia Records fronts two pieces of 90s-flavoured techno here. Broken English Club’s ‘Thee Art Ov Metals’ finds a pleasing midpoint between Peder Mannerfelt’s recent lo-fi rave output and the Gorillaz/Mark E Smith collaboration ‘Glitter Freeze’. Introducing itself with a taut drum groove, the track morphs into an industrial techno juggernaut with the addition of a machine gun bassline. Claus Fuss runs with the theme on his offering ‘Static Ace’. Over more than ten minutes, Fuss spins out a hypnotic bleep loop into a piece of potent dancefloor goodness, merging it with a drum track that spends a couple of minutes getting its act together before locking into a hard-as-nails four-on-the-floor.

  1. 1 Thee Art Ov Metals 7:31 Broken English Club
  2. 2 Static Ace 10:29 Claus Fuss

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