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Not Waving - Animals (2016)

5-02-2016, 22:10
Electronic | Techno | FLAC / APE

Title: Animals
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Diagonal / DIAG025
Genre: Experimental, Techno, Electronic
Quality: 320 kbps / Lossless
Total Time: 01:00:08
Total Size: 137 mb / 356 mb

1. Believe (3:45)
2. Head Body (5:27)
3. 24 (5:27)
4. Tomorrow We Will Kill You (4:28)
5. I Know I Know I Know (5:28)
6. Punch (5:47)
7. Gutsy (3:23)
8. Face Attack (5:35)
9. Presenza Immobile (4:03)
10. Work Talk (4:28)
11. They Cannot Be Replaced (3:31)
12. 28 (Digital Bonus Track) (2:54)
13. 02 (Digital Bonus Track) (5:52)

It’s by far the most diverse, expansive record on Diagonal to date, covering a broad spectrum of emotions and club sub-genus between the revving charge of his opening statement Believe, and the come-down synth catharsis of They Cannot Be Replaced; distilling all the deep-raved and giddy thrill of a night on the lash in London with a pulpy, gritty sense of dramaturgy that really makes this his first proper solo album, rather than a compatible collection of tracks.

That canny touch comes on in waves, whether creeping up in the spine with banking synth harmonies in Head Body - which could almost be Alessandro Cortini gone EBM - or sparking the bones with his tried-and-tested 24 showpiece, whereas Tomorrow We Will Kill You makes an oblique about-turn into screwed and funereal pop song-writing, before striking for your tender underbelly with acidic clout in I Know I Know I Know, and promptly cutting the lights for Punch’s dark ambient tract.

And it’s possibly in the final straight that his moniker’s reference to This Heat (he’s named after a cut from their seminal, eponymous debut LP) really manifests itself, channelling a drummer’s sensibility and studio alchemist touch in a trio of open yet tensile rhythmelodic structures - the percussive polymeter of Gutsy, the nEuro tribalism of Face Attack, and, likewise, a pHizzing nod to his label boss Powell in the stress test of Work Talk.

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