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Fuse Presents Dave Clarke
Taken from his set at Belgium's top techno club, it says here, [a]Dave Clarke[/a] never slackens what feels like a remorseless 500bpm pace...
Necessary or evil? There are only so many backwards drum implosions, jarring car-alarm effects and rattled iron gratings the human brain can absorb before the nervous system collapses. Clarke doesn't so much mix records as slap you about the cranium with them, but finally his methodical avoidance of peaks or troughs numbs you into submission.
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