Doing their own thing with a host of less-familiar names, Mord has worked tirelessly over the past couple of years to establish a distinct sound within more techno-minded realms. Charlton returns with a second release for the label that brings a range of moods to bear on his looped-up style, kicking off with the Robert Hood-isms of "Vulnerable" with its nervous cyclical chimes, before "Stand Behind A Line" burrows a little deeper into throbbing machine rhythms with acid overtones thrown in for good measure. "Unforgiven" opens things up with a mammoth, distorted square wave synth line that flinches not once in its quest to devastate the dance. "Simple" thing brings some 303 action back into the mix but balances it out with a dense base layer of industrial grunge to make for a nice and dirty ass-shaker.
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