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ARTIST
TITLE
Sounds Interesting
FORMAT
12"

LABEL
CATALOG #
ID 016EP ID 016EP
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RELEASE DATE
6/13/2005

"Dr Lindh is a well-disguised Luke Eargoggle, a master of DMX, 808, sequencers and the original electro sauce. 'Professor Laphroaigh' comes on like a 2005 reblooding of Kraftwerk's eternal, time will never taint it, classic 'Numbers' -- you may think this is an ill-advised choice but Lindh takes the motifs of the original, adds even more syncopation and emerges with a drop-dead dancefloor decimator. 'Pocohontas Rainforest' betrays further Eargoggle's fascination with dusty gear, still managing to purge from it the most futuristic sounds imaginable. 'Wanting Keys' relates in mood to a Knight Rider state of mind, all reduced desert driving, the key change and particularly reminiscent of that wonderful soundtrack moment. '5 Drips Of Syle' sums up the package most effectively, dense arrangement -- deep electro as we love it. One of the many highlights here is 'Look Love, Inside A Screen' -- washing Carpenter-style synths, rampant bass, all's well with the world. 'Alone In Vision' replays an ongoing affair with Art of Noise's 'Moments in Love' -- the tribute synth fairly transporting the listener to an indistinct moment in time, neither memory nor future, just right now. Bunker fans will recall Luke's excellent Audio Warriors album for the label some years ago, we feel the Dr Lindh tunes here represents his best work since that high point."