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|1.||"Sun Of U" (9:14)|
|2.||"At The Summit" (2:03)|
|1.||"Where The Wild Ones Go" (3:13)|
Wherever he may wander, and whichever labels he dabbles with, there will always be a place for John Heckle on the Mathematics Recordings' roster. This is the producer's fourth outing on Jamal Moss's Chicago-based imprint, and it's as intergalactic and out-there as you'd expect. He begins with the electro-influenced drum machine rhythms, mixed-down chords, bubbling electronics and spacey melodies of "Sun Of U", before exploring more becalmed ambient territory on the wonderful "At The Summit". "Where The Wild Things Go" arguably has more in common with freestyle jazz than techno - despite the presence of his trusty drum machines and vintage synths - while "Trema" itself is an evocative, broken techno delight smothered in far-sighted melodies and mood-enhancing pads.
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