|1.||"Steal The Snow" (5:46)|
|2.||"Cobra Structure" (7:20)|
|1.||"Polywater Acid" (8:18)|
|2.||"Down 2 Jakk" (7:04)|
When it comes to contemporary takes on early Chicago acid, few artists have quite as impressive a track record as I Love Acid founders Joshu Doherty and Richard Bevan AKA Posthuman. Further proof arrives via the duo's first EP for Craigie Knowes, which boasts a ridiculously heavy and psychedelic workout - "Cobra Structure" - amongst its' numerous highlights. Further encouragement to start jackin' is provided via the undulating TB-303 lines, creepy chords and clanking machine drums of "Polywater Acid", while "Down 2 Jakk" fixes twisted acid lines and stabbing, rave style lead lines to crispy drums. Arguably best of all, though, is EP opener "Steal The Snow", a deep, spacey and bleeping electro cut whose fizzing energy is enhanced no end by the presence of some seriously bouncy piano riffs.
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