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Boomkat Product Review:
V-Sor, X’s outstanding post-punk/cold-wave bullet Authors 2 bubbles back up on Peripheral Minimal.
Hailing from Lichfield in the English midlands, Morgan Bryan formed V-Sor, X in 1979. The classically skinny and drily emotive Authors 2  was his first single, and despite being admonished as lacking emotion and musicianship at the time, it clearly held its own with enough folks to be trading for over £100 on the 2nd hand market nowadays.
Thankfully that “something” isn’t just its rarity (there were only 300 copies of the original), as the A-side delivers a virulent blend of spiky arps and almost operatic, horror-film inspired gothic vox in Authors 2, whilst the B-side makes haunting turns towards what would become known as neo-folk with Station, and an unmissable mix of fluttering synths and cathartic vocals in Back Room Commentator that clearly reunite with fellow Midlanders Eyeless In Gaza.