Brack 001 goes full-on techno, after Thomas gestured in that direction with last year's Coil 12-inch on Delsin. Kick drums, hi-hats, a few synth sounds and not much more, it's a new side of BNJMN that suits him. "Keel" is the most basic, powering forward at 140 BPM with crunchy chords that'd make it a fine peak-time tool, while "Luster" explores wet analogue synths, dressing up a plain rhythm track with all sorts of filter work. Both are powerful but somewhat anonymous, with Thomas's characteristic traits only shining through on "Penumbra." Starting out like another hyper-aggressive techno track, Thomas soothes the off-key chords with the luxurious synth work of his older albums. It's a fine marriage between the wonderment of old BNJMN and these dirtier sounds, and one that points to good things ahead.
Excerpt 1 "Luster"
Excerpt 2 "Penumbra"
Excerpt 3 "Keel"
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