03: This Is Not A Love Song

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Reviews by JAn.

God Module - Artificial [Inception Records]
Debut album from the US based duo. Developed beats, well integrated vocals and insanely catch synth lines mean that this release will have a hard time leaving your CD player. You've heard most of what they do before, but you've never heard it done so well. For me, the only down side to this album is trying to decide which track to play at a club.

KLF - The White Room [KLF Communications]
Yes, it's 10 years old. Yes, it's commercial dance music that's showing its age, and yes it still is one of the most influential electronic albums, period. Buy the album, buy a copy of "The Manual" and realise that every song they released as a single was prefectly calculated to go to number 1. Ever had the feeling you've been had?

nom de mensonges - Erroneous Zone [Nonexistent Recordings]
One of those rare CDs where the artists have forgotten - or transcended - genre and created something genuinely unique. Vocals range between agressive and ethereal, likewise the beats run from nonexistent through doof into complicated breakbeats. If you are a fan of electronic music in any way, you NEED this CD. The only problem with this release is its extremely small pressing, meaning that you'll find it hard to find a copy, but trust me, it's well worth the hunt.


Reviews by David Witteveen.

Chynna Clugston-Major
Blue Monday: Absolute Beginners
[2001 - Oni Press]
Imagine an 80ís teen comedy, only with a punk rock attitude and manga art. Thatís Blue Monday. And a new miniseries is out. Itís funny. Itís cool. And itís written and drawn by Chynna Clugston-Major, who is basically a goddess. Read it, okay? Itís ace.

backcover artist: Clea Stapleton

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