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Boomkat Product Review:
'Balance' by Frank Bretschneider & Taylor Deupree was originally released in 2002 by Mille Plateaux on CD only. The recordings are now available for the first time on vinyl within the KeplarRev series, presented in a new updated artwork based on the original layout with photographs by Taylor Deupree.
‘Balance’ is a prime example of golden era glitch music originally released by that scene’s core label, Mille Plateaux. It starts out relatively straight in that vein of minimal house and techno, but gradually and subtly gets more and more fucked, working off and in between the beats in a way that has come to be explored nowadays with a more maximalist style by likes of Rian Treanor.
We’d recommend skipping the first few, unless you really like that sort of thing, and enrolling from where it gets interesting around the super sparse 2-step of crystalline SND beats and woozy exotica motifs in ‘vertical invader’, and the wobbling subbass pivot of ‘freeze frame’, thru to the Ae-ish hyper step of ‘auto drive’, and the rugged cone-testing frequencies of ‘concrete.’