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Scorn: “Black Box” (Gyral, Earache 1995)Deep cut from Scorn’s fifth album Gyral, which found Mick Harris exploring the deepest dub terrain of the project’s repertoire, quite estranged from the grindcore that defined their earliest output.

Lassigue Bendthaus: “Molecular Modeling” (Render, 1994 KK Records)Uwe Schmidt’s electro-industrial project Lassigue Bendthaus had a good run of albums in the early 90s, and like most of his releases over the last 25 years, it still sounds fresh to my ears. Even when...

Bruce Gilbert: “National Grid (Part 1)” (Antiphony: Various Interpret Recordings by Disinformation, Ash International 1997)Ash International’s more severe output was some of my first exposure to the broader world of experimental computer music of its time....

Steve Roden & Brandon Labelle: “Water Messiah” (The House Was Quiet and the World Was Calm, Meme 1999)I had almost forgotten about this old favorite… beautiful resonant gonging from this understated collaboration between multidisciplinary artists Roden and...

Triola: “Ral 7035″ (Triola Im Fünftonraum, Kompakt 2004)Just one of the many solid languid grooves from Jörg Burger’s only album as Triola, a.k.a. the Modernist (as well as many other aliases). It’s essential listening for fans of his Burger/Ink collaboration with...