Dancing and painting 11

| date: 28 July 2016

In this eagerly anticipated episode of dancing and painting, Zoe dances and paints on “Ratjetoe” by the Beatle (Tapenade 3 EP, 2016).

CHAN’s 04 Review

| date: 28 January 2014

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Chan’s imprint from the Netherlands has been closely affiliated with the Unit Moebius Anonymous over the past few years, opting for newcomer Perfect Defect this time. In all honesty, this could well be another one of Guy Tavares’ aliases or someone else akin to the clan. In any case, this one-sided monster is as gnarly, odd and thrilling as any one of the Bunker Records – minus a kick drum! It’s gurgling, percolated synth squeals glide and wrestle each other into the ether, causing one heck of a stir before being swallowed whole and spat back out in the form of a track. TIP!

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Dancing And Painting 10

| date: 6 December 2013

Marie-Claire van der Heijden dances and paints on inspirational music by Unit Moebius Anonymous

Dancing And Painting 08

| date: 24 March 2013

Meanwhile in the tropics, Brechje dances and paints a golden oldie by Shitcluster. To complain about the jury’s descission, please visit the CHAN’s Records group on Facebook.

Dancing And Painting 07

| date: 18 March 2013

In this episode of Dancing and Painting, Rens paints a new track by Tapenade, while dancing invisibly off-screen.

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Dancing And Painting 03

| date: 4 February 2013

Dancing and Painting 02

| date: 2 February 2013

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Dancing And Painting 01

| date: 17 January 2013

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Perambulator Two

| date: 17 January 2013

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SD23 Review

| date: 10 January 2013

After being embarrassingly late on picking up on Unit Moebius, we’re making up for lost time through addiction to their output. The Dutch collective are not only credited as the godfather’s of Hague’s industrial scene but are also described as “Europe’s only true answer to Underground Resistance” – a heavy likening to carry but definitely an apt one. Having been around as Unit Moebius since 1994, when their original recordings were done through a broken cassette recorder, they’ve twisted and pounded techno in every direction since their inception. Most importantly they always seem to bang hard but keep the line and approach unique. Not a lot of acts can turn tracks in unexpected directions the way they do.

In 2007 Unit Moebius Anonymous (also spelled Unit Moebius Annonymus) was birthed as the solo project of UM member Jan Duivenvoorden. The last two plates under this guise have been mind-bendingly good. Perambulator One came to us on Chan’s, and was five tracks on a single plate that varied between pure hecticness to beatless stretched out techno. Dropping as one of the first records of 2012, it’s since become an essential play out plate, perfect for a busy techno set or leftfield electronics but also sounding like nothing else you’re likely to play. Twisted and dark, with no previous knowledge of what to expect, it’s going to be up there with one of our essentials for the year.

A month or so back we were given a follow-up, somewhat more structured and at a more consistent pace, SD23 (just the catalogue number, everything else about it is untitled) is designed more in the play out vein, but again sounds totally different to the rest of the set. Consisting of four tracks cut on two plates there’s never a rush for an idea to finish, or even a reluctance to stop it before it morphs in to the next idea. What could have been the basis for two or three tracks blend together to make the complex elements of one. There’s some incredible creativity within the constraints of floor-orientated techno, no idea where the foresight for the tracks would’ve come from.

Released on SD Records, the mini-LP is still kicking around some stores, and highly recommended picking up on wax as it is noticeably a quality cut. For those digi-inclined you can pick up the whole release for about 4 quid via the SD Records bandcamp page, streamed from and linked below.

Big ups all involved, hopefully the live show will be traveling soon.

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