Let's Get This Party Slanted
Dense and challenging with haunting layers of sound, Max Duley shares a sinuous yet sinewy ambient mix stacked full of off-centre electronic treasures and noise gems
Over more than a decade, in his production and DJ work, as well as his emergent photography, West London dweller Duley has continually delighted in bringing us the oblique and unexpected.
In Let's Get This Party Slanted, a spare and haunting frame wears in turn several digital and analogue guises. Look for lights flashing out from the murky maisma, bits of Autechre, Chris Carter, Sun Electric and others leading towards catharsis in James Plotkin and Mick Harris's well-named Collapse.
Photograph by Max Duley.
- Lustmord - Primordial Atom (Soleilmoon)
- Simon Fisher Turner - Hymn For Thatcher (Mute)
- Brunnen - Tippoo's Tiger (Beta-lactam Ring)
- Chris Carter - Chakutut (Conspiracy International)
- Autechre - Paralel Suns (Warp)
- Column One - Re-Worked Transmission (Stateart)
- Black Sun Productions - The Skunk (Old Europa Café)
- Max Waters - Stars And Scribble (Blasé)
- Andrew Liles - Auto Manipulator - 4th Degree (A Lesson To Be Learnt) (Lumberton Trading Company)
- Black Dice - Endless Happiness (DFA)
- The Jackofficers - An Hawaiian Christmas Song (Naked Brain)
- Aerial Service Area - ETI Encoding (Fax +49-69/450464)
- Pemalas - Tones (Experimental Seafood)
- The Silverman - Nature Of Illusion (Beta-lactam Ring)
- Danny Kreutzfeldt - Chasm (Databloem)
- Satori - Paralysis (Dogma Chase)
- Sun Electric - Newambi (R&S)
- James Plotkin, Mick Harris - Collapse (Asphodel)