The Anxious ‎– Visions Of A Motion

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Compound ‎– COMP 15
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Vinyl, 12"
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Tracklist

A1 Theories Part 1
A2 Theories Re Edit
B1 Elements
B2 Menace

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maroko

maroko

January 19, 2017
This was Mark EG's and Chrissi's debut on Glenn Wilson's legendary Compound label. Thwacking out four no strings attached and right to the point rollers and speaker humpers, knotted up with their patented ruggedness and devilish detailing for peak time pain. Meaning: you get rock solid beats, yet funky to the boot, filthy break downs followed by off the wall climaxes, each new one literary obliterating the previous. More grit added to the tracks as they progress, so the tendency to keep listening through is present, and it gives the tunes that extra crunch as you do not feel like you're exposed to a locked groove for five minutes. They maintain interest and invite you to stick to yours, by crumpling you with the chunky rhythm section.
Four executions of sheer naked aggression. My "A" side of this record is considerably noisier than the flip, which probably implies that I was hell of a lot into Theories at the time of release. Regardless, both sides are blazing. A good peak into a heavier techno record bag anno 2001.