|1.||"Binaural Ratio" (5:59)|
|1.||"Transposition Reverberation Composition After Ussachevsky" (6:57)|
|1.||"Looking For A Black Haired Girl" (First The Future version) (3:24)|
In many ways the four tracks making up this release represent a micro-quadrilogy, or at least quartet of chapters that tell some of the story behind Clock DVA. A Sheffield-born industrial, post-punk and EBM band formed in 1978, which has gone through a number of iterations through to present day, while that description might imply intense drums and aggressive pacing, the reality is something very different. Nevertheless, the complex waves of grainy noise, sparse ambient moments and closing space-age keyboard and distorted public announcement arrangement reflect some of the most defining aspects of those genres. Beauty hidden beneath something coarse, unrefined and even abrasive surface clatter, the importance of silence as much as sound itself and an inherent desire not to conform, but instead break down barriers.
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