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Members: Michael Andresen & Jimmy Andersson

Record Label
Progress Productions

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"Despite the duo of Gothenburg has been among the first to sign up for the great Swedish label Progress Productions (example worthy of giving asylum to the best of their miraculous national electronic scene), the debut for Kat Kopfer comes only hours, and the notes indicate official that was the desire to work best on high-quality production to mark the times so long. And the sound forged by Michael Andresen ('99 already active with projects such as the 12 Moons, Healer, etc. Tinnitus., All in areas far removed from those in which it operates Kopfer Kat) and his worthy appears Jimmy Andersson, notes that more officers as the perfect show for the fans of the first Sonar Winterkälte, Imminent Starvation and Terrorfakt (easy but apt terms of comparison), it is actually very nice and powerful enough to enhance the features of the rhythmic, distorted fragments and solid rhythmic instrumental proposed industrial Scandinavian, and already tested by the duo with the last two compilations of home Progress. "Frankenstein Stomp" burst with his physicality, and immediately there is a clear formula that tends to take the duo in every moment: to create a wall rhythm / sound obsessive and button that gradually intensifies in growing measured but effective. So in fact you have a more moderately paced "2m", "Distroyer" and more noisy "Gruvdrift", before being pumped, whirling and devastating "Ubervolt" is imposed as a potential hit in a position to detonate the dancefloor most distorted. Obviously could not miss or something more complicated (the noisy "Planet Noise"), or another more 'rocking' ("Mr. Upp Arga"), where "Containerfunk" comes with more rhythmic style, unleashing a groove of great intensity Capture. Well also the muscle "Fuckin Dirty Dogs" and the most intricate and distorted "Sonic Warfare", for a job well produced and able to put a good variety on the plate, despite the limitations of the genre. A first positive step forward to consider how to evolve a sound that will not be easy to reinvent, if not concocting some devilish that, with a little 'luck (ours) and courage (by them), could be in the strings of Our .

Alessandro Roberto Filippozzi"




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