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Boomkat Product Review:
Peder Mannerfelt and Malcom Pardon’s Roll The Dice square off at Atonal in a live recording flipping from a mutated version of the Teddy Bears Picnic thru to cutthroat jungle and sky-collapsing power ambience
This record presents the most thrilling iteration of Roll The Dice that we’ve encountered. Where their LPs have tended toward hypnotic immersion, here they balance that effect with proper shockouts and power surge electronics that lend it to a more deviant and unpredictable experience.
In four carefully selected passages from the original performance, Mannerfelt and Pardon play into warped paradigms, firstly taking ‘The Teddy Bear’s Picnic’ to a Viking free party in the woods on ‘Intro / The Derailed’, then executing a rude transition from stark abstraction to full flex jungle in ‘Inward Spiral’, whereas ‘Potters Field’ highlights their skill in churning up epically tempered noise scales, and the parting piece of ‘Locked Hands’ sees them coagulate from suspenseful abstraction into heart-racing industrial techno.