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The Wrong Person Spec
180-gram 12". So there he sits in the Dub Basket, vintage desk overloading, Space Echo waiting for a waveform from Tuff Scout to Dub. Out there by the river amid the Ballardian wastelands producing some beats... facilitating the Sons of Kemet or Róisín Murphy, mixing Micachu, or maybe he's just taking a nap. A bag of outboard lies at the back, put down from a last trip with the Matthew Herbert live expedition. Up on the wall in the vinyl rack lies a track back into pre-history, remixes, Japan, names, places, styles, beats, bands, Cage's Silence and Herzog on Herzog... all the way back to New York mid-'80s making tea for KRS-One and learning a trade. Borrowed amplifier in the corner going back to brother Marco -- didn't have it when they did the Young Disciples... or maybe they did. Two Banks of Four test pressings; William Adamson acetate got checked and put in a pile by the quarter-inch tape machine; the long mic that was used to record Shaka v Fatman "Wood Green 89" is an older resident resting on some obscure jazz waiting their turn to get Ableton'd. Doesn't really say any name above the door, too many names -- could see it as a problem... or a benefit, that all depends. It seems more chaotic than it actually is, but his name is Demons and he's made an EP. Odds are he's been involved in music you've heard before... or not... in which case enjoy this new artist.