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Requiem To The Waste-Age (Organic)
All Said & Done (Spatial Mix)
Autogeddon-Effekt (EHF Remix)
Requiem To The Waste-Age (Mutant Dub)


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
UN001T SLBC PSI-FI (Gedineffekt - Extracts And Mutations #1) ‎(12", EP) UN! Recordings UN001T UK 1993
UN001T SLBC PSI-FI (Gedineffekt - Extracts And Mutations #1) ‎(12", EP, W/Lbl) UN! Recordings UN001T UK 1993
SLBC - PSI-FI (Gedineffekt - Extracts And Mutations #1) download free
Performer: SLBC
Genre: Electronic
Title: PSI-FI (Gedineffekt - Extracts And Mutations #1)
Country: UK
Released: 1993
Style: Experimental
MP3 version ZIP size: 1362 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1506 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 396

Side 'A' kicks off with "Requiem To The Waste-Age (Organic)", a tight, medium-slow-paced dance track, darkly brooding and unashamedly synthetic, it combines normal lyrical structure with a laid-back Rap. Unafraid to break the impetus, it takes a brief break before continuing with a white sabre-like guitar sound. "Autogeddon-Effekt" picks up the tempo to a frantic edge. a locomotive blisterer with Hip Hop drums, dark serpentine voices & some cracked-ice walls of guitar, all of which has a driving danceability & a 'politically-conscious sensibility' (like MEAT BEAT MANIFESTO) flavour to it, without it hammering out any particular party line (except that you should unashamedly PARTY). "All Said And Done" slows the pace down again with a more chunky, four-square dance sound, a brooding flowmotion chill sound with a Punk roughness to the vox. Smooth & dark as deep blue velvet, it seems to be far too short, promising at least two minutes longer than it delivers (which is praiseworthy - how many folks outstay their welcome by making songs just too damn long).The second side has a couple of remixes - "Autogeddon (EHF)", keeps the tempo & alters the song completely with Funk bass & bell chimes, revving motors & sparkling sequencers all of which flow along to a hurriedly scampering drum sound. It's frantic & madcap, but always interesting, listenable & compulsively body-moving. "Requiem (Mutant Dub)" starts off with a spacey sequential sound through which it opens out into the compulsive, bass-muscled simple song it is, flowing along smoothly with a full, easy sound over which no end of noises fit jigsaw-like, never detracting it's lush danceability.They've been compared to FRONT 242? Nah! I'd say their sound is a lot more accessible without becoming commercial. You feel they could easily jump the way of commercial success, but prefer to explore a darker, slightly harder-edged sound. If they ever grow bored of being an underground band, I'm sure the charts will welcome them with open, manipulative arms.Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.