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2020
2020 (12")
Cat: NATURAL 042. Rel: 22 Apr 20
Industrial/Noise
  1. GoodThing (4:19)
  2. JoyCamp (3:32)
  3. DayOrder (2:41)
  4. MiniLuv (4:00)
Review: Having built his reputation via a trio of must-check EPs on Bokeh Versions, Mars89 transfers to Alex Hall's "mutant electronics" imprint Natural Sciences. The producer is a neat fit on the imprint, with "2020" containing a quartet of creepy, hard-wired, industrial-tinged cuts that seem eerily fitting for these troubled times. He begins with the bone-rattling beats, machine-gun percussion hits, ricocheting metallic clonks and gut-punching bass of "GoodThing", before successfully fusing mutilated industrial sounds and paranoid rhythms on "JoyCamp". Over on side B, "DayOrder" is a strangely swung slab of mind-altering electronica that defies easy description, while "MiniLuv" is a thumping stomp through lo-fi techno territory in the company of a steroid-fired monster.
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End Of The Death
Cat: BKV 021. Rel: 20 Sep 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. End Of The Death (4:09)
  2. Run To Mall (3:39)
  3. Visitor From The Ocean (2:30)
  4. Random Coherence (3:35)
  5. Throbbing Pain (5:50)
Review: Next up on Bristol's Bokeh Versions is Japan's Mars89 with his second release. He's a crucial member of the Tokyo's Chopstick Killahz: a self-described 'post tribal DJ unit' lurking on the fringes of the city's grime scene, in addition to being a Noods Radio resident. He presents some more of his contorted UK bass and gqom derivatives from the far east on the End Of The Death EP. Influences of Jersey club, dancehall and grime are evident throughout, from the reverberated rapid-fire toms of "Run To Mall" or the industrial edged beats of "Random Coherence" or "Throbbing Pain" to even more desolate soundscapes as heard on the chilling "Visitor From The Ocean".
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