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the fear ratio - light box (album preview)

Experimedia with Scup on June 28, 2012 19:50

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    *Excerpts from the album. Now available at Experimedia.net.* Techno deities James Ruskin and Mark Broom will release a collaborative album entitled Light Box in November.The project, knows as The Fear Ratio, has seen two of the UK’s finest proponents of no-nonsense, immaculately sculpted techno locked in the studio together. These sessions have already borne three 12" titles - No Time Soon, Erotic Misery and Night Nurse – two of which were released on Ruskin’s Blueprint Records, with the other pressed up on Broom’s Beard Man imprint. The Fear Ratio moniker was adopted following the release of these club-focused 12's, with the album project honing in on more abstract and experimental textures. As The Fear Ratio, Broom and Ruskin delve into the hinterland of contemporary music. A space where cold atmospheres meet lush melody and tough, yet clipped pulsating beats. From the warm poly-rhythmic funk of ‘Ax’ to the deep spatial reverb of ‘Guv 1’, the dub induced strains of ‘Pinhead’ and melancholic refrain of ‘Morning Blues’, Ruskin and Broom deliver their new artistic agenda !

    Released by: blueprint
    Release/catalogue number: bplp3lp
    Release date: Jun 28, 2012

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