• Tim Tetlow - Beauty Walks A Razor's Edge

    Reviewed by Todd Burns (stylus magazine)

    Tim Tetlow - Beauty Walks A Razor's Edge

    Transport yourself back to 1995. IDM was still in its infancy and innovation in electronic music was happening around every corner. Aphex Twin, Autechre, and µ-ziq were the holy triumvirate at that time to me, as I began my descent into the obscure releases that my favorite retail stores didn’t seem to carry reliably. My questions about “bands” that I had read about in European magazines were met with blank stares or “We don’t have that,
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  • Tim Tetlow - Beauty Walks A Razor's Edge

    Reviewed by 3818919/w (absorb.org)

    Tim Tetlow - Beauty Walks A Razor's Edge

    right from the outset, this reeks of quality. firmly, and maturely fitting under the electronic listening music banner, this is classic analogue electronics at it's finest. there are strong nods towards the µ-ziq sound, (possibly a reason why tetlow has wowed planet-mu succesfully) with portamento analog lines leading the way on many of the tracks. with a definite depeche mode key, track 1 - 'the real miracle' - sounds, just for a second like this
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  • Tim Tetlow - Beauty Walks A Razor's Edge

    Tim Tetlow - Beauty Walks A Razor's Edge

    i have to admit i have had this release since its original release date back in late may and have listened to it so many times endlessly, enjoying vast, beautifully introspective directions this artist has taken and compiled from various DAT tapes over the years, and has put into one complete solid release. taken from several recordings done in Bermuda and London, tim tetlow shows influences from the likes of any skam artists, especially boards of
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  • Tim Tetlow - Beauty Walks A Razor's Edge

    Tim Tetlow - Beauty Walks A Razor's Edge

    HERE is a CD by a local lad, released in Great Britain about 10 days ago. And interesting it is, too. Before proceeding, I must declare an interest. Tim Tetlow is a friend of mine, but I would have enjoyed this music even without that connection - perhaps more so, since one tends to give one's friends a little more stick than one dishes out to strangers. Higher standards, and all that.How best to describe it? Industrial dub? Calling it "Kraftwerk for
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