M/M flexes his weirdo/conceptual muscle after releasing two mucky techno excursions* . A sonic scrapbook composed of pieces recorded between 2011-2013 in the homes of various loved ones scattered throughout the US. Listening to MMODS is akin to trying to piece together random pages from somebodies diary; the tracks feel quite personal given the above context, and the tone and narrative changes dramatically depending on the order you listen to them in**.
* both on 1080p, one colab with Perf Ad as ATM, both highly recommended.
Perfume Advert are going from strength to strength and +200 Gamma is another disheveled but sublime agglomeration of druggy textures and smudged beats to get thoroughly lost in. House that's been dragged through a hedge backwards. Niccolo Brown
Technofeminist Emma Olsen sells her second UMFANG album short when she describes it as a set of DJ tools. Sure, "OK" is essentially a no frills affair, but there's plenty of form to go with the functionality, not to mention a highly idiosyncratic approach to song construction where the individual components of a track drop in and out of the mix seemingly at random. Techno that's experimental by design. 1080p strikes again. Niccolo Brown