Richard Devine ‎– Asect:Dsect

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Tracklist

Cprec 4:04
Dansk Rap 2:47
Floccus 6:33
Corina Chirac 5:48
Klockner 4:24
Flask 1:21
Itsuko 6:34
Let Mendax 4:04
Vo Stream Bas 5:18
Rusx Fee 7:03
Halicrafter 4:30
Capract 7:33
Randale 5:45

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SCH23, 23 Richard Devine Asect:Dsect(CD, Album) Schematic, Schematic SCH23, 23 US 2003 Sell This Version
SCH 023 Richard Devine Asect:Dsect(2x12", Album) Schematic SCH 023 US 2003 Sell This Version
PCD-23435 Richard Devine Asect:Dsect(CD, Album) P-Vine Records, Schematic PCD-23435 Japan 2003 Sell This Version
none Richard Devine Asect:Dsect(CDr, Promo) Schematic, Asphodel none US 2003 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

June 20, 2012
referencing Asect:Dsect, CD, Album, SCH23, 23

Deliciously dark, Richard Devine's ASECT:DSECT never lets up over its running time, a dense conglomeration of sound and noise. And though "Cprec" starts the album off beatless, ""Dansk Rap" brings in hip-hop heaviness and "Floccus" the abstract breaks. Some melody edges its way into "Corina Chirac" and makes that track all the stronger for it. Devine's work with DSP comes to the fore with "Vo Stream Bas," and "Rusx Fee" piles everything on for a thick slab of sound. He ends the album by clearing everything out and returning to a melody, the sad tune of "Randale," which doesn't abandon the gritty beats, but gives them something to work with.
jes303

jes303

March 5, 2005
edited over 14 years ago
referencing Asect:Dsect, 2x12", Album, SCH 023
Strange enough, Richard Devine is - in my experience - hardly known here in The Netherlands. This album is the perfect mix of dark, cranked up Amon Tobin, NIN and Squarepusher on overdrive. Hope to hear more of this dude!
niall

niall

January 12, 2004
referencing Asect:Dsect, CD, Album, SCH23, 23
A welcome return to form for Devine, which finally incorporates both dizzying production techniques for which he is reknowned and the furiously kinetic rhythms for which he's actually listened to. The best thing I've heard on Schematic since <strong>Brown Out</strong>.