|2.||"Een Drumcomputer En Een Synthesizer" (6:46)|
|3.||"Minimal Dope" (5:09)|
In recent times, I-F has done rather a lot to celebrate the career of fellow Dutch electro misfit Ectronome, AKA analogue obsessive Ronald Klaver. This year he's used Viewlexx offshoot Murder Capital to reissue a swathe of vintage EPs, including 1995 debut No Landscape, and 1998's Music Telex. The latest Klaver classic to get re-mastered and re-pressed is Untitled, which first appeared in stores 21 years ago. Its most bombastic moments, such as the distorted drum machine assault of "Ein Drumcomputer en Eeen Synthesizer, and the high-tempo electro-techno fusion of "Influence" (think Detroit meets Rotterdam), still sound unhealthily weighty, while the more measured outings - "Bro" and "Minimal Dope" - bristle with melodious intent.
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