|1.||"Eat My Fuck"|
|2.||"Into The Black Box"|
|2.||"Vortex Of Desire"|
|3.||"Submit 2 Me"|
Mathematics boss Jamal Moss was clearly in a confrontational mood when recording the material that makes up Eat My F*ck, a rare long player under his lesser used alias Insane Black Man with some crude titles to match the abrasive nature of the music. Arriving on the + + + offshoot of Mathematics that's home to some of his most challenging works, the twelve tracks here will please and provoke in equal measures. As you might guess, Eat My F*ck is largely an aggressively ragged affair - the opening title track sounds like corrosive metals exploding - though it does occasionally recede into calmer territory ("Karma Sutra" and "Auto-luminescent Sex" stand out in this regard) whilst there are also moments comparable to the 80s primitive electronics of CHBB/DAF such as "Paradoxia" and "Psychomentrum".
Alexis Le-Tan, Mark Forshaw, Lawrence Le Doux, John Heckle, Samaan, QUELL (2020Vision/These Days/4Lux), Jitterbug (Uzuri / Metrolux), Daniel Andreasson, Nick Anthony Simoncino, Juno Recommends Experimental, Giorgio Luceri, Matt Weiner (TWINS)
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