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Artist: CROSSOVER
Title: Space Death
Format: CD
Label: Punch Records (@)
Rated: *****
The fact that Punch Records was changing was already evident with their latest compilation I reviewed here few months ago. Crossover's new album SPACE DEATH is the first full length release after that compilation and now we can see that Tairy definitely focused his attention on electronic music (but nothing is definitive and even if the next label's release will be a new 12" by ex Ersatz Audio's Magas, you can never tell what's next with Punch Records). Anyway... Let's talk about Crossover now. The duo is active since early 00's and released two albums on Gigolo Records (their second one "Cryptic and Dire Sallow Faced Hoods Blast Off into Oblivion" has been released in 2005). Their music could be superficially filed under electro and even if in the past they have been invited to fashion events their music has more than one disturbing/disturbed elements. Calling their style "gloom" music, Crossover on SPACE DEATH delivered ten songs in balance from electro with minimal arrangements and dancey attitude and something with a sort of theatrical approach (see for example the closing "Caveman To Spaceman" which musically seems a jazzy weird version of the opening "Black Mess" or the semi Devo like craziness of "Computer Simulated Mountains"). The lyrics have been written on a summer in the Arizona desert and someway also the music have that sort of acid approach. Check five tracks at the Punch Records' release page.



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