Komisch resurface in style with some singular cuts from the mysterious dancefloor cleanser Bleaching Agent. Coming to the fore with a pair of excellent releases for Avian offshoot Mira, Bleaching Agent further displays the diversity of his production palette with the Contour Grip 12"; lead cut "Jain" could almost be mistaken for a Borft release with a ferocious low end practically growling it's dominance over a jittery concoction of rhythmic elements. By way of contrast "Compere" is almost serene in execution, as hazed out chords fall perfectly in line with the sludgy groove and skipping drum hits. 'Twwpk' is perhaps the most illuminating track here, strangely calling to mind a darker, stripped down take on UK Funky as played by Maurice Fulton's Syclops project.
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