Suffolk-based aberrant youngster Gerry Read expands on a back catalog that's touched Ramp Recordings sub-label Fourth Wave, Delsin, and 2nd Drop Records with "3, 2, 1." It's a typically deranged meld of kitchen percussion, 909 drums, and distant flecks of color backed up with a deliciously splintered remix from Border Community mainstay Nathan Fake. The title track wades through the mire, gathering frazzled sine signals and synth blobs along the way. "Cosmoid" pins shimmering melodies and off-kilter samples under a tight, persistent groove before Nathan Fake weighs in with loose, restless drum patterns and a healthy measure of plaintive melody.
3, 2, 1
3, 2, 1 (Nathan Fake Remix)
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