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Boomkat Product Review:
Treating the impending vowel shortage with admirable seriousness, 'The Earth's Hum' is ex-Merck fella MD’s first LP for the Blasé imprint. With an IDM draped sound that will be familiar to any follower of the scene, Kschzt takes his wire-bothering very seriously without straying into po-faced territory. Opening with '17 June 2003', Kschzt peppers the twinkly backdrop with a healthy buckshot of glitch that refrains from fidgeting long enough to achieve a sound somewhere between Bola and Frog Pocket. Elsewhere, 'Horse & Spline' goes for the misfiring electronic/sun-blushed wash approach, 'Konstellia' dabbles in some scattered beats and electro-pop synth shards, whilst 'Varkain' gets out the talcum powder and chucks some glitch-funk shapes. Admittedly it's nothing new, but, well..its alright y’know?