Sturdy, rolling drums and fiery vocal bursts on 'Jeidge' signal early chaos on the a-side, moving onto the pure techno funk of 'Wershif' - a definite ear wiggler if ever we heard one. On the b-side 'Faecel' is tense, more heads-down fare, not at all dissimilar to Cari Lekebusch's classic early Drumcode material. Closing the EP is 'Cargoe', where jittery broken rhythms ricochet off rave stabs and echoed vocals & sound FX. Another crucial Faetch four-tracker here, for fans of inventive dancefloor techno.
|12inch||Earwiggle: Ear014||in stock||€ 10,99|