Reviewed by skinny
Duntisbourne... is by no means bad, on the contrary, it's just that for such a pioneer in his field we might expect a little bit extra from Mike Paradinas
It's been four long years since u-Ziq's last album release but finally Planet Mu's head and owner has let loose Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique. The album smoothly flows with an IDM consistency; reminiscent of many leading Warp artists such as Aphex Twin and Squarepusher. Similarities
Reviewed by almostcool.org
Hey, wait a second. What year is this? Oh, it's 2007 you say? Even though I still don't have my flying car, I'll take your word for it.
The reason I ask is because listening to Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique, I somehow feel transported back to the early 90s. Sure, they weren't bad times really, as I was going to college and just getting my feet wet in this whole electronic music thing. U-Ziq (along with others like Aphex Twin, Black Dog, The
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