|3.||"Trigger Finger" (4:31)|
|1.||"Ladies & Gents" (3:04)|
|2.||"Your Tracks Are Too Short" (4:46)|
|3.||"Don't Fall Out The Window" (3:59)|
Having previously plied his trade on Lee Gamble's UIQ imprint, Zuli (real name Ahmed El Ghazoly) resurfaces on Milan-based "irregular noise" specialists Haunter. The Egyptian multi-instrumentalist and producer is renowned for producing tracks seeped in noise and blessed with notably jagged beats, and as expected there's more imaginative dystopian madness throughout Trigger Finger. For example, "X3" melds together distorted noise, heavily manipulated spoken word samples, punishing sub bass and grizzly guitars, while the title track is the kind of mind-bending, post-jungle insanity that used to be a feature of the late 90s UK IDM scene. The EP's less rhythmically minded moments, such as creepy opening soundscape "Everyday", are also impressive.
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