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VESSEL By Seb Wheeler

ORDER OF NOISE
19 October 2012
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Tri Angle seems intent on marrying outsider experimentation and dancefloor sensibility (see also Holy Other’s ‘Held’). It’s home to burgeoning musicians operating on the far fringes of electronic music, from hip hop to techno and all the strange sludge in between, and Vessel’s debut LP is a fine addition to a discography that grows more essential by the month. ‘Order Of Noise’ creates an atmosphere akin to a vast thunder-cloud thick with heavy, window-rattling vibrations and sharp, sudden jolts of electricity. Percussive claps are pitched up and down along the fine line between dub and techno, making this a strange, wonderful collection of tracks that veer between almighty Judgement Day riddims and warped, loping 4/4 jams.

File under Beautiful doom
Download ‘Images Of Bodies’, ‘Scarletta’, ‘Lache’
Like this? Try Bass Clef ‘Reeling Skullways’ (Punch Drunk)

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