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Boomkat Product Review:
Leaking from the depths of Glasgow's deepest caverns, MNX recordings has been delivering hard-boiled 12"s for a little while now - with American based Adam X the latest in their uncompromising schedule. Limited like a good 'un, 'Excerpts From A Fate Unknown' huffs, puffs and blows the house down with alarming alacrity - as bad wolf Adam X batters the senses through a storm of dark techno, decaying electro and industrialised beats. Born as the far less superhero-esque Adam Mitchell, 'Excerpts From A Fate Unknown' sees the chap X delving into the core of his sand-blasted techno - dredging up a selection of ruff cuts that are as uncompromising as they are strangely alluring. Kicking the door down with 'Last Man Standing', Adam X constructs a bleached rhythm tower of Babel that seems to teeter on destruction whilst reaching unreasonable heights, before 'Photosensitivity' delivers a similarly brusque electronic statement. On the back is the Teflon-coated 'Chaos & Mayhem' in both it's original state and as a rhythm noise remix from Belgian blokes Sonar (aka Dirk Ivens and Erik Van Wonterghem), with Adam X offering up a distillation of his steely take on minimalistically cluttered techno. Hard as nails.