Friday, 26 April 2013

Nice Little Package

CD Included get it here

Read full review of Accumulator - Nocturnal Emissions on ©
Boomkat say:
" **Also includes a free CDR featuring a crowd recording of Nocturnal Emissions live at the Brixton Ritzy on June 9th 1983** We Can Elude Control present three tracks by the politically-activated proto-techno unit, Nocturnal Emissions, dating to 1982. 'Accumulator 1 & 2' are two previously unreleased pieces of skeletal rhythmic minimalism; the first a scratchy, stepping rhythm shot thru with clipped guitar distortion and reminding at times of Craig Leon's output from the same period, whilst the kicking 2nd piece sounds like some kinda Pansonic prototype, pounding out a stern, monotone machine tattoo. Also appearing as digital download for the first time, 'So Darn Hot' crawls at snails pace with parched synth tones and stumbling machine drum patterns."

(((Some people don't seem to believe it was recorded all that long ago, but it was. You may have heard a slightly different version of "So Darn Hot" on Duty Experiment, )))

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