Long Island Electrical Systems come through with their third release - enlisting the clearly quite talented Steve Moore to provide two visions of techno futurism. You might know Moore as Lovelock, the Mindless Boogie artist who delivered a superlative Tubular Bells edit - or as Gianni Rossi, the Giallo revivalist who released an album's worth of slasher horror funk for Permanent Vacation in January. He's also part of Zombi. This, however, might be his best work to date, as "Zero Point Field" effortlessly shifts between dystopian and utopian sensations throughout the nine minutes. This is complemented by the sprawling washes of "Frigia", from which gentle chord flutters emerge to set the scene for the deftest of beats. The ease with which all elements lock to forge one gentle yet increasingly hypnotic pulse is quite brilliant!
Tunnel Signs, Bad Passion Project, Vahagn (Paradise Valley), Piers Harrison, Ksoul, Lovefingers, Juno Recommends Techno, Dan Beaumont (Classic/Dance Tunnel), Alex Bradley, Steve Lee, Mudd (Claremont 56), MARCOS CABRAL, Ben La Desh
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