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Boomkat Product Review:
Evil spirit in the machine, Bad Tracking tacks to Bokeh Versions for their label debut and 3rd gob of acrid industrial noise misshapes
Also feared as members of para-rave radgies Avon Terror Corps; Bristol’s Bad Tracking is now revealed as the alias of jungle producer Gordon Appds (Relapse) and poet / VHS artist Max Kelan (who has lent his visuals to videos from Hodge, The Pop Group, OM Unit and Young Echo among others). They continue to run amok between blvck metvl, noise, and industrial dub strains with a sourly puckered, slow and abrasive volley in ‘Widower.’
‘Ericsson’ sees him spread leathery wings in proper, delacquered BM style, and the rinsed out cadaver of ‘Widower’ follows thru with a rusty shank of industro-dub bother. ‘Banned From Motion’ catches them trampling with structural stress-test squeals in unforgiving fashion, while ‘Banned from Fini’ reiterates that idea to swollen extremes, and ‘Wellspring’ leaves no prisoners with its full frontal physical assault of atonal shudders and the sort of vocals that require a full packet of lozenges after recording.