One of the best glitch electronics album this year comes from the newest electro-industrial label in town and it's by Clip. Not much knowledge of Clip's whereabouts is granted to us, but they/he/she quite obviously master(s) the art of generating polished but at the same time scratchy cosmos of micro-rhythmical structures allegedly created by means of fucked up and faulty electronic machinery. Fuzzy and sharp, occasionally gently oiled down with smooth ambient sounds. What I do like so much about this particular release, compared with dozens of other glitch-electro album we get here, is that this one focuses on glitch-based beats, which makes it all much more interesting, intriguing, sophisticated and exciting. As for all RES FREq releases you get Lazar's mastering and a super fair price of $6 dollars. Don't miss out.