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richard h. kirk : fear (no evil)

 

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back in the 00s i ended up on a few mailing lists.

some were great, ninja tune, $tateside/emi etc.

many were not so great.

but there was one that really hit the spot.

a small unknown label in sheffield….

and the reason was all down to one 12" single that they managed to release.

the label was dust science.

the home of a revised version of the black dog collective.

the gang were massive fans of cabaret voltaire, and somehow they persuaded the mighty richard h. kirk  to hand over 4 tracks from his archive for a very special 12" release.

and it was this release that i got on cd-r from the label that kickstarted my revised love affair with techno.

to this day this ep is still one of the best things i ever was privileged to hear cos of my crappy blog.

the beats, the quickfire samples, the bleeps, the sheer addictiveness of the machine noise never fails to hit the spot.

 

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