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various / l.i.e.s. - American Noise (Volume One)
Ron Morelli's L.I.E.S. finally deliver the immense 'American Noise Volume One' compilation featuring 23 tracks ranging from Bookworms' amazing 'African Rhythms' shakedown to the surfer house of Bonquiqui and Jahiliyya Fields' sublime synth ragas - it more or less defines the intersection of raw, analog house and new age electronics which the label has worked towards since 2010. On disc 1 we're sequenced through the expansive drift of Steve Moore's epic 'Frigia' to Legowelt's 'Sark Island Acid' bubbler via Maxmillion Dunbar's tripping EBM jack 'Cassette Arabic' to Torn Hawk's slo-mo 'Shock Tape' chug and Vapauteen's industrial overtime 'Measure' - to name a few - while the 2nd disc oscillates between grungy sub-strains of range-finding house like Terreke's gurgling 'Asidis', Boomworms' mind-tweaking '360 Waves', Delroy Edwards' box-banging 'Feelings' and the rusted aerobic mysticism of Professor Genius or Beau Wanzer, among others. If you've seen L.I.E.S.' name plastered all over end-of-year charts and wondered what all the fuss is about, this compilation is the best introduction you could wish for - especially considering most of the 12"s go for daft money now.