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Boomkat Product Review:
One of the more unusual Editions Mego releases of recent times comes via a set of Locust remixes provided by unlikely bedfellows Ulrich Schnauss, Coh and Nicholas Bullen. Schnauss opens the set with one of the more gently blissful tracks in the Emego catalogue, making use of the original vocal and swathing it in layers shimmering ambience, without the euphoric peaks that have typified some of his best known work. Coh follows with an unusual re-arrangement, employing rugged, sludgey beats in a (dare we say it) almost IDM style, albeit with an inherent outsider quality typical of his productions. Nicholas Bullen (he of Napalm Death and recent Type album fame) takes over the whole of the flipside with the best track on offer, an extended electronic reduction in two halves that spends the first elongating the source material into a distilled minimal arrangement, before a razor-sharp burst cuts through the track and takes it into a second phase of lush, layered ambient drone. Good stuff.