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pulse emitter / expo 70 / faceplant / date palms - 4 Way Split
**Edition of 1000 cut to vinyl by LUPO at D&M and pressed at RTI in USA, housed in uncoated stock jacket and includes download code redeemable from the label** Chicago's Immune Recordings summon four disparate synth music explorers onto one mighty double LP split. Perhaps most worthy of note is the side by Aaron Coyes of Peaking Lights, three tracks of funked-up, driving krautrock disco as heard from behind the speaker stacks in a narcotic haze of fuzz - the first one's got a deadly bassline and spiralling synths; the 2nd descends into mad aquatic FX and reverse edits, and the 3rd chugs on like a live recording of a Baldelli set circa '84 - seriously worth the admission alone! It's backed up with Expo 70 in stoner doom mode, carving out hairy-hand riffs and long-hair drums with a majestic synthdrone breakdown, while Gregg Kowalsky & Marielle Jakobsen's Date Palms invert that formula to languid raga drone and blunted drum machines, leaving Pulse Emitter to provide a lovely beatless stretch of 'Bioluminescence' and 'Photosynthesis'. Impressive stuff as ever from Immune Recordings.