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AUS follow up the Huxley album with another offering from Suffolk based Gerry Read. Expanding on a back catalogue that’s touched Ramp sub Fourth Wave, Delsin and 2nd Drop, the aberrant youngster delivers “3 2 1”; a typically deranged meld of kitchen percussion, 909 drums and distant flecks of colour backed up with a deliciously splintered remix from Border Community mainstay, Nathan Fake. Born from an early interest in the drums and the guitar and with an anchor loosely set in House, Gerry Read’s productions remain liberated from conventional influence while remaining rhythmically charged enough to work effectively on peak time dance floors. The title track is no exception as it loosely wades through the mire gathering frazzled sine signals and synth blobs along the way. ‘Cosmoid’ pins shimmering melodies and off kilter samples under a tight, persistent groove before Nathan Fake weighs in with loose, restless drum patterns and a healthy measure of plaintive melody to add a further facet to 3 2 1 and round off another solid package from AUS.
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