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Human Resource Exploitation Manual

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neur0dancer WTF!?! Light assault material. No place to hide.....24bits Favorite track: Apex Predator.
Emerging Patterns
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Emerging Patterns no bullshit on this ep...
those tracks are designed to destroy the floor. will nuke them for sure!
full support Favorite track: Constant Transient.
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Nic Brown Cutting straight to the chase, "Human Resource Exploitation Manual" (the title should give you a clue as to how uncompromising this record is) is a three-headed, fire-breathing, electro monster bent on dance floor destruction. Weak moments there are none, but opener "Constant Transient" might just be the pick of the bunch. As hook-heavy as Objekt's "Ganzfeld" but with twice the visceral power, it's a big, beauteous blast of bruising brilliance. I value my Privacy. Favorite track: Constant Transient.
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Privacy returns to Lobster Theremin with three slabs of slimy, modular, machine-driven electro. Human Resource Exploitation Manual is an aural guide in the optimum exploitation of human substance and material.

Milled from the charred detritus of human-cyborg fragments, 'Constant Transient' is a race out of an interstellar hellish warzone, where only Android Queens and Alien Overlords have survived the neutron bomb.

'Code' picks up at the reboot of the human memory, on a far-away planet in the outer rim. Identity is all but lost, and all that remains are fragments of incoherent data and a face scorched into the cerebral cortex.

Now recovered and functioning at 98%, 'Apex Predator' is the boss-level inertia. A scrap across time, out of comic-book fantasy and straight into a 90's rave warehouse rooftop battle. Breakbeats collide with bionic armour and lasers outshine lasers. Its humans vs the machines.

But who really wins in the end?


released September 16, 2015

Produced and arranged by Dylan Warn
Mastered at D&M


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