Live Better Electrically / Pip Williams (2) ‎– Sintax Error EP

Shewey Trax ‎– shew-09
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Limited Edition

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A1 Live Better Electrically Sintax Error
A2 Live Better Electrically How Does It Feel?
B1 Live Better Electrically Sintax Error (Remix)
Remix – Pip Williams (2)
B2 Live Better Electrically Cold Love (Remix)
Remix – Pip Williams (2)
B3 Pip Williams (2) Autonomix


200 copies

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
shew-09 promo LBE* Sintax Error(File, MP3, 192) Shewey Trax shew-09 promo US 2010
shew-09D Live Better Electrically Sintax Error EP(9xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Shewey Trax shew-09D US 2012



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March 31, 2012
edited over 2 years ago

---------- REVIEW #1 ---------
Ah yeah, those shrinkwrapped US import 12inches! What a feeling to hold one of these beauties, stare at the labels, read the credits, tear the wrap carefully only to pull out the record, smell it, spin it... But... enough with the fetish side of things, let's get into the music of Live Better Electrically (LBE) and Pip Williams who are the people (equally) responsible for the "Sintax Error EP", the US import 12'' in question here ;) There's a concept behind this record which is the growing wealth gap between the rich and the poor both in the States and the UK. Dave's (LBE) musical approach to this theme is exposed on side A, ie on the "Sintax Error" and "How Does It Feel?" tracks and it is characterized by a strong minimal techno feel, much in the vein of the first Underground Resistance releases. Dope stuff indeed! Phil (Pip Williams) takes the controls on side B for the highly infectious acidic electrofunk remix of "Sintax Error" (in my opinion one of the best remixes he's ever done!), the electro/techno remix of his robotic tune "Cold Love" and the absolutely motherfuckin' fantastic groovy number "Autonomix", a stunning piece of bouncy electronica which really achieves the impossible: your brain... dances like crazy while your body stays still and watch!! I have to make a special mention to this decent Californian label Sheweytrax which is active since 1994 delivering vinyl that ranges from electrofunk to deep house and techno, helping the underground electronic scene to stay alive and kickin'. Keep it comin' guys! Please go to and buy this fine record. Apart from the great music content it is also a collectors item as it comes in a limited edition of 200 copies worldwide ;) Review by: Evangelos,, CHAIN D.L.K. Reviews Oct 29, 2011.

---------- REVIEW #2 ---------
limited 200 vinyl press! From cult label Shewey Trax of California published works since the mid-1990s underground, and Live Better Electrically center of artists, creators collaboration single by Pip Williams appeared in London Binalog >>> Productions! The original experimental techno tracks that make you feel like Aphex Twin and DMX Krew early avant-garde! B side is a remix eccentric with a focus on old-school electro-funk techno directly connected to Kraftwerk! ! It is quite difficult to obtain single! ! Board recommendation!