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Boomkat Product Review:
Eight new studies in ascetic digital minimalism from Jon Ogeskov aka Pixel on his fourth album to date for Raster-Noton. His fascination with brutal rhythmic attack has always set him apart, and here he's in especially lively form: the caustic, swaggering Line Level feels like a laptop-era Whitehouse track shorn of vocals and fed through the minimal techno mincer, while 'Steel Tape' nods to Mika Vainio's mercilessly reductionist but assuredly body-swerving experiments; 'Plump Bob' has parallels with the noirish electro fare peddled by Byetone on his last LP, and 'Eric Sandstone' and 'Brown Shirt' come at you with the jabbing insistence of an Alva Noto cut. It's as fierce, funked and synapse-frying as R-N gear comes, this, sweet nectar for those of you who dig these kind of sonics at home, but also potentially deadly in the hands of the more adventurous DJs.