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Terekke: YYYYYYYYYY (L.I.E.S.) Terekke, a.k.a. Matt Gardner, presents three deeeeeep techno cuts that are likely to appeal to anyone into the dub end of the spectrum. “Bank 3” has the deep undulating pulse of DeepChord paired with some filtered house claps...

Susumu Yokota: “Azukirro No Kaori” (Sakura, Leaf 2000) Typically gorgeous, and worth a revisit.

Helm: Silencer (Pan) The most noteworthy thing about “Silencer” is its percussive clatter, all midrange toms in a start/stop pattern. It sets the release apart immediately from Helm’s varied but generally less rhythmic repertoire. Once it begins to...

Throbbing Gristle: “Don’t Do As You’re Told, Do As You Think” (Heathen Earth, Mute 1980) Throbbing Gristle sounding at their best in this release from 1980. The combo of Cosey’s cornet, Chris Carter’s strange synths, and...

Forest Swords: Engravings (Tri Angle) The proper debut full-length from Matthew Barnes incrementally expands on the palette of sounds he’d laid out on his first couple of EPs. Where Engravings does succeed is in giving a more fully formed impression of those...