|1.||"Pain Of The World"|
Long serving proponent of hypnotic minimal techno Jon McMillon is back once again on his own Nuearth Kitchen imprint with a sizable double pack that feeds diverse textures into slender, grooving rhythms for more adventurous dancefloors. "Afterparty" sets a pot of found sounds and gamelan chimes on to boil into a thoroughly alluring if mildly unsettling brew, while "La Hambra" brings a more distinct cocktail of shuffling percussion into the fray, albeit with those nerve-jangling atmospherics still firmly in place. "Tradewinds" strikes a lighter note as melodic content comes pealing through the oddball production style to create a wonderfully woozy experience, and "Pain Of The World" only serves to underline the surrealist nature of the EP with a shuddering piano turn and loping beats galore.
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