Boomkat Product Review:
Mute's Liberation Technologies make it funky with Mark Fell's infectious 'n-Dimensional Analysis 1-14', following editions from Powell, British Murder Boys and Bandshell.
As with nearly all Fell's work, there's an instinctive hyper-funkiness to all 14 sections split over both sides, working a flex somewhere between his dancefloor-compromised Sensate Focus features and the more visceral experiments under his own name.
It's music for a 'floor where we can all dance like Storyboard P (or at least in our own heads), unravelling the knottiest syncopation between slicing claps, sprays of hi-hat and jabbing digital bass around mercurial chords which open out, contort and tesselate in mid-air. Their effect is deliciously gratifying for anyone with an ounce of bounce in their bones; a lushly prickly set of body coordinates ready to work your brain and booty to a precisely digitised lather.