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(40% Foda/Maneirissimo) Some laidback, slightly lo-fi techno from Brazil, courtesy of the always reliable 40% Foda crew. A snaking 303 line winds through this one, lending some bite to track with an otherwise sunny disposition.
(Galdoors) Beautiful arp work and delicate percussion work combine on this new one from the Galdoors label. There’s just a hint of rollage going on, with an unhurried groove swinging just enough to get feet moving. (Odd Frequencies) New one from the Dublin producer (right), now resident in New York. Skull Bone has a tougher techno edge than some previous work, cranking its way into a heady collage of rough drums, Drexciyan synth work and bubbly bass.
(Spectrum Spools) Though it’s fair to say Jim Donadio’s Prostitutes started out with as much noise as techno in its make-up, this track marks a clear progression towards pure rhythmic invention. With its spare and dangerously swung breaks, this could almost be a Livity Sound release. Almost.