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Steve Murphy presents his new acid and industrial-tinged techno project, The Night Flyer, on Lobster Theremin's cryptic black label imprint.
A fear-addled chill seething down the spine and a machine-grinding, acid terror-bird emerging from the deep night, The Night Flyer is an expectedly dark take on the seedier end of technoid nightmares, while hanging a distinctly cold (wave?) atmosphere over cobbled, crushed analogue structures.
'All Wrong' romps along with a tweeting-to-growling 303 stuttering over an undulating, jugular bothering drum pattern, with a pitched down sleazy refrain hollering into the night from an abandoned telephone booth. Crowbar electronics, new wave drum cracking and pure evil electro vibes emanate from B1 'The Girls Shoot To Kill', while title track 'The Night Flyer' channels a lucid, modular-aping Terrence Dixon electronic gloop over a shadow-chasing Roland workout.
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