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After a slew of solo releases and a few comps. Marshall Applewhite has teamed up with fellow Detroit native Kero to put together a 4 track collaborative effort that explores both the new sludge phenomenon and the more classic detroit techno/electro sound. Within 4 songs the two have covered a wide base of musical information. Comprised of 2 parts modular gear. 2 parts homemade Reaktor patchwork. and 1 part raw machine funk. Sewer Tracks gives a good representation of each players musical aptitude.
Within 4 songs the two have covered a wide base of musical information.
Comprised of 2 parts modular gear, 2 parts homemade Reaktor patchwork, and 1 part raw machine funk, Sewer Tracks gives a good representation of each players musical aptitude.
A1. Murky Water - Broken drums, raw wave arpeggios and dark strings combine to form an sub worldly tune.
A2. Rusty Drainpipe - Big pads, halftime breakups, a synth that sounds like it could fall apart at anytime and floor rattling kicks bring back the real dance floor to detroit techno.
B1.Slime Kings - The big 4 on the floor tune. giant arpeggios, jarring low-end and a driving bassline keep this ahead of the techno curve.
Finishing things off on the B side Septic Sludge Is the oddball on the Ep, which evokes an ever evolving sense of discomfort through a never-ending off the grid synth pattern and washed out, yet still slamming drums.
(added: 2016-01-07 15:05:05 )