Boomkat Product Review:
Second in a 2-part acid techno deviation by The Rapture's Gabriel Andruzzi, debuting as Moon Temple for Willie Burns' W.T. records.
Taking cues from classic early Plastikman and New York's more wayward synth operators, Andruzzi runs a brilliant, railroading jacker smeared with mind-bending discord in The Short Dance, and leaves us in suspense with the pirouetting microtonal helix of Io's Eye.
He returns to that distinctive Plastikman style of whirring 909 in Ocean Of Storms, only more stripped down and with his eye on cosmic horizons, and also gets it right with the Conrad Schnitzler-esque chirrups and semi-organic pulses of Callisto's Running.