LFHT21 (3rd Place In The SH-101 Bass Line Championships) (4:15)
LFHT9 (101?s Chirped Pulse Amplification) (5:46)
LFHT4 ( :) ) (8:45)
LFHT12 (The Wizard Of Meudon) (7:19)
Review: As the title suggests, this must-check compilation from TB-303 abuser Chris Moss Acid gathers together the cream of the crop from the Bournemouth-based artist's long running, digital-only "Lo-Fi House" series of EPs. There's plenty to set the pulse racing across the ten-track, triple-vinyl set, from the sweaty ghetto-acid bump of "LFHT14 (Pump It)" and off-key acid psychedelia of "LFHT19 (Out of Your Mind)", to the stomping techno menace of "LFHT18 (Violet-le-Duc-Acid II)", Phuture-esque "LFHT7 (Acid 22)" and the suitably epic, album-closing celebration of wayward electronics, aggressive bass and jacking drums that is "LFHT12 (The Wizard of Meudon)".
Review: Anil Lal and Majkel's cult Furthur Electronix label is a hardcore favourite amongst real heads, and is something akin to a modern day for fans of Warp, Rephlex or Skam. It deals in fad-free and forward looking electronic sounds from another dimension and this bumper 19 track collection is a perfect overview of that. It kicks off with Mu Ziq's crusty electronics and then surges on a wave of cosmic energy through Hamatsuki' acid laced electro, dreamy post rave breaks from Kreggo and futurist jungle from DJ Mudak 2000. After the ambient laced first disc, things get a little deeper and darker later on with Lou Karsh's 'Liveelectro001' head melter a particular favourite.