|1.||"Dyscamupia" (Forward) (12:39)|
|1.||"Dyscamupia" (Paused) (5:44)|
|2.||"Dyscamupia" (Backward) (7:44)|
Lucy is back on his esteemed Stroboscopic Artefacts imprint with "Dyscamupia", based on Albert Camus' classic existentialist novel "The Stranger". Here, it is reinterpreted through these three techno variations, all narrated by American Jason Snell (aka Bombardier). It begins with "Forward", a deep, hypnotic slow burner where binaural microphone technology was used to record the vocal recording process, perfectly complimenting the atmosphere of Lucy's composition. "Paused" is definitely the most dancefloor ready version - a tunnelling cut that will sound great under the strobe light, while the barrelling and broken intensity of "Backward" goes for a more contorted take on things.
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