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Inigo Kennedy's last record for Token was a definite record of two halves, with one track providing severe, Berghain ready techno, and the other providing ghostly melodies with echoes of Aphex Twin. It's a similarly engaging story on Cathedral, with the title track providing a fierce breakbeat together with a cavernous harpsichord melody, and though it may not seem like the most obvious of combinations, its pulsing bass undercurrent ensures Kennedy's usual power is not diminished. "Chamber" plays things slightly straighter, providing a more forceful dancefloor cut imbued with gentle hints of dub techno that bristle with the producer's usual freshness, while "Accordion" completes things with another subtly melodic cut filled with unpredictability, as stuttering drums are surrounded by synths that seem to fade in and out of view. Kennedy has gone from strength to strength with each release and this record is no different.
Exium, Billy Nasty, Dave Miller, Marcel Heese, Tripeo, Joachim Spieth (Affin), Max_M (M_Rec Ltd.), Juno Recommends Techno, Jamie Behan, Edit Select, Hadji, Antonio De Angelis, Technopodcast.com, Resident Advisor, Gareth Wild (EarToGround Records), Abstract Division
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