Two kings of the indie dancefloor unite for a warm, timeless take on 20th century pop and rock
Album Review: DMX Krew - Wave Funk (Rephlex)
Ed Upton widens his electro-scope to tackle old-school acid house
some of the same icy splendour as early Autechre and some of the sinister Roland squelch of AFX’s recent Analord material. A couple of the tracks on this lengthy double album reissue are unnecessarily baroque and one or two stumble into muzak territory, but, you know, buy this reasonably priced double and make your own 10/10 compilation.
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