|1.||"Spirals Of Smoke Drifting From Scoot Stained Chimneys"|
|2.||"Message From Filippo"|
|2.||"We Only Want Tragedy"|
|3.||"Sea Shore Acid"|
Before Helena Hauff put her name to recorded material for Werkdiscs and PAN last year and incurred the sneering wrath of a thousand keyboard heroes, she was honing her craft as a Sunday evening selector at Hamburg's Golden Pudel. If you've attended her birds and other instruments night at the venue or listened to any mixes from Hauff - we recommend the 2011 submission for the Modyfier series - and you'll hear her slip in at least one or two cuts from the Bunker back catalogue. All of which ensures her debut on the affiliated Panzerkreuz label makes perfect sense and acts as a perfect riposte to those doubting her blossoming production skills. Commencing with the superbly titled "Spirals of Smoke Drifting from Soot Stained Chimneys", the six track Return To Disorder EP demonstrates Hauff's productions are forever teetering on the brink of all out chaos, with this sense of tension crucial. Both "Message from Filippo" and "Blast" are particularly brutal highlights!
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