This item is to the best of our knowledge available to us from the supplier and should ship to you within the time-frame indicated. If there are any unforeseen issues with availability we will notify you immediately
Boomkat Product Review:
The Dial co-founder graces us with a second album of low-slung beat-"mospheres" and discrete Hamburgian minimalist house.
Dial’s David Lieske returns to his dependable Carsten Jost project, scrabbling together a decades-worth of productions - some familiar, the majority unheard - for a second album. Perishable Tactics belatedly arrives sixteen years after his debut Jost LP, 2001’s You Don't Need A Weatherman To Know Which Way The Wind Blows, and finds Lieske going down the textbook European house music album route.
Dark ambient vignettes from Misanthrope CA, Lieske’s somewhat misjudged black metal collaboration with Rob Kulisek bookend the album, with the remainder consisting of that snug, tasteful house and techno that Dial have largely come to typify in recent years.