|1.||JK Flesh - "Chelmsley Wood" (5:26)|
|2.||Ontal - "Mudflow" (5:11)|
|1.||BMSK - "Revma" (7:30)|
|2.||Nemmett - "Claim Your Way" (5:30)|
The Athens-based Pi collective has so far used their Modal Analysis Records-backed Pi Electronics imprint to deliver a quintet of decidedly dystopian experimental techno EPs. You'll find more fuzzy fare on Variable, the label's first attempt at a compilation style, multi-artist extravaganza. Former Napalm Death member JK Flesh kicks things off with the mind-altering analogue electronics and industrial-tinged techno rhythms of "Chelmsley Wood", before Ontal drags us further into end-of-days techno territory via the layered percussion, distorted electronics and bludgeoning beats of "Mudflow". Turn to the flip for the throbbing arpeggio lines, fuzzy guitar riffs and lo-fi beats of BMSK's "Revma" and the relentless assault on the senses that is Nemmett's "Claim Your Way".
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