Boomkat Product Review:
Mute's Liberation Technologies department follow zingers from Mark Fell and Vessel with four rollicking techno mutants by the indomitable Container. The sound here seems to pick up where he left off with 'Saturated' on his Morphine Records release, recalibrating motorik rock rhythms with white hot, squealing circuitry and techno intent akin to Suicide and Powell productions. 'Glaze' attacks first with bouncing bass patterns and freakin' evil robot voices, whilst 'Slush' careens forth and cut loose like some wild-eyed psych-o-billy pumped full of phet. By comparison, 'Complex' is more restrained, holding back on a brooding, head-high techno swagger, and 'Adhesive' brings the rush again with swarming, atonal chaos and clattering, rail-roaded rhythms.