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Drone Logic

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Water Jump (Album Version)
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Free Floating
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Drone Logic
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These Nights Never End
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Naive Response
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Platform Zero
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Need Electric (Album Version)
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All I Need
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Spring 27
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Simulrec
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New Energy (Live Through It)
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Knowing We'll Be Here
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 68:47

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Beaucoup Fishy Techno

Britster

Avery gives us an album of tracks that already sounds like a craftily sequenced mix, as if he knows you will want to put this on when getting ready to go out. Actually, it can sound like he asked a lot of questions firsthand: - like "How can I make it techno that your average Joe could like as much as trance"?; "What about some sexy female robotic speak - they'll love that!" A difficult electronics album it is not - in fact, on opener "Water Jump" it sounds bland. Then the sequencing kicks in, and we're off... Underworld should sue - more than one track sounds like "Rez" ("Drone Logic" in particularly). By the end he goes for blessed out indie. Gotta say, he does it all very well. I also like his remix of Factory Floor's "How You Say", also available here - and perhaps more inventive.

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Fans of Richie Hawtin's F.U.S.E.

blatanville

and other similar minimal techno artists will find a lot to like here: crisp high-hats; tight, punchy drums; repeated vocal snippets; big, artificial reverb... it's trance-y, without the hands-up exhortations, the gated arpeggios, etc.