Ink Me

Max Tundra Ink Me Domino

Max Tundra

Ink Me (Domino)

And here's Max, ostensibly doing an impression of Orbital's

'Chime' while drunk at the piano. Track Two finds him covering, fairly

sketchily, Taylor Dayne's 'Tell It To My Heart'. And the third? A

series of clicks ingeniously generated from his hob lighter which turns out to be

nothing less than a scathing satirical attack on German glitch merchants

Pole and Funkstorung. And someone said experimental music was

dead. It is now.

Piers Martin

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