Boomkat Product Review:
For this extremely special Modern Love emission we dig deep into David Moufang's archives for a couple of tracks that have been in one way or another simmering on his hard drive for the best part of 15 years. AC1D on the a-side was originally laid down a good decade ago, though the version here was reworked together with longtime Move D collaborator Kai Kroker sometime last year. The track is a masterstroke of wrong-footing and originality; breaking away from the swirling keys of the opening sequence the track emerges into a ridiculously deep attack of Basic-Channel style stabs and slowly encroaching acid modulations - played loud this is truly nothing short of devastating. Kai's careful edits and tweaks reveal themselves the deeper into the track you get, snatches of conversation, found sounds - an obliterating, coherent mess of sheer bassddrum pressure! "Sheffield Dance" on the flip was recorded way back in 1995 and is a classic Bleep track, pure analogue percussion and tweaked synthwork, gradually building into a fallout of immense, beautiful proportions. Move D has long been one of the most gifted producers of electronic music the world has known, his recent run of form only bolstered by these two mighty, lost classics. KILLER!!!