Boomkat Product Review:
*Amazing set of over 110 minutes of music spread across 33 tracks* Mordant Music pertinently present this gargantuan set of lo-fi analogue tone questing from Bristol's Ekoplekz. The clued-up/cultish among you may have spied Ekoplekz's special Punch Drunk 12" last year, his only previous musical emission to date, which grounded his sound somewhere between radiophonic dub-scaping and post-industrial electronics, Richard H Kirk meets Daphne Oram, if you will. 'Memowrekz' abstracts that aesthetic further, compiling 33 dub-murked pieces of synthesizer gunk over a two hour running length. It sounds something like Sun Araw submerged in a vat of raw organic yoghurt as an experiment at Belbury Poly, overseen by visiting professor, Keith Fullerton Whitman, and observed by a class full of red-eyed cyberpunks. Some of the best analogue electronics made in 2011 - don't miss.