Suffolk-based musician/field recorder Stuart Bowditch offers us the latest instalment in his micro label’s ‘23’ series, which has so far seen 23-track/23-minute albums from series instigator and number 23 obsessive, Alien, as well as London-based “ambient analogue noise” artist, Eumig. From the crushed beats and digital distortion of ‘They Won’t Be Learnt’ to the spatial, floating ‘Chubby Neon’, this is a brisk dash through a varied selection of original electronic manoeuvres packed full of character, humour and a wide spectrum of moods.
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