First installment in 4 years of Radio Khartoum's signature 18fps soundtrack series is a return to the thriller-esque mode of 1998's "The Flight of Everson K". Swedish artist Testbild! turns in a surrealist detective stomper in the form of "His Shadows are Green / His Shadows are Blue" which probably owes almost as much to band leader Petter Herbertsson's obsession with writer Paul Auster as to postpunk and krautrock experimentation. a jagged, melodic tour-de-force. Flipside features "Special Delivery Agent Q-39," the track which got Tasmanian multi-instrumentalist Anthony Rochester signed to the label: twang guitar and stabbing flute spy instrumental, standard procedure. Except that Rochester kicks the genre sideways with a 5/4 time signature and an uncharacteristic, wistful air... Minimalist packaging in a simple die-cut sleeve with two very cool looking label designs peeking through. Both tracks exclusive to this release.
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