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Artist : Harmonic 313
Title : When Machines Exceed Human Intelligence
Genre : Electronic
Year : 2009
Date : 02/2009
Bitrate : VBR kbps
Tracks : 15
Label : Warp Records WARPCD175
Source : CDDA
Encoder : Lame 3.97
Length : 58:03 min
Size : 80,8 MB


Tracklist:
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01.dirtbox 04:29
02.cyclotron 04:42
03.no way out 04:22
04.music substitute system 00:43
05.köln 03:47
06.galag-a 03:36
07.word probems 05:24
08.battlestar feat. phat kat & elzhi 03:04
09.cyclontron c64 sid 01:08
10.call to arms 04:35
11.flaash 06:38
12.don\'t panic 04:43
13.falling away feat. steve spacek 04:16
14.when machines exceed human 00:31
intelligence
15.quadrant 3 06:05
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58:03 min



The debut full-length offering from Mark Pritchard\'s
Harmonic 313 project follows on from a couple of
great 12" releases, both having helped establish a
creative distinction between the Global
Communication contributor\'s current line of work
and the similarly monikered Harmonic 33 output
he helmed alongside Dave Brinkworth. While that
project distinguished itself thanks to a diligently
authentic appropriation of library music aesthetics,
you\'ll find virtually none of that carried over to
Harmonic 313, the only notable exception being
the Radiophonic-inspired sound designs of the
album\'s thirty-second title track.

For the most part the music here is bound to
electronic music\'s present and future rather than
its past. Former single \'Dirtbox\' provides an
instant reminder of that as the album\'s opening
track, situating Pritchard\'s sound within the bass-
fixated context of all things here and now. \'Cyclotron\'
is quick to capitalise on the momentum, laying down
another sub frequency odyssey, this time with added
texture from synth flourishes, marking out an evolution
from the dubstep-styled introductory number.

The likes of \'Koln\' and \'Galag-A\' encroach on classic
Warp electronica sounds whilst adding a modern twist:
the former invokes the woozy synth melodies of mid-
nineties Aphex Twin whilst throwing in an offbeat, low-
slung drum pattern, very much in the style of that much-
feted Detroit hip hop sound. Speaking of hip hop,
\'Battlestar\' adds a rap track from Phat Kat & Elzhi,
combining with gritty, sampled breaks for a momentary
departure from the synth-heavy tendencies of the album.

Immediately afterwards you\'ll find a reprise of \'Cyclotron\',
this time reworked with some Commodore 64
processing, while soon after, \'Flaash\' moves towards
classic acid sounds bringing the album into a final third
that culminates with the superb \'Quadrant 3\' - a
consolidation of Pritchard\'s production skills, complete
with compressed, hyper-melodic basslines, granular
pads and distinctly leftfield beat programming. It\'s a
fitting conclusion to an album replete with fresh sounds
and forward-thinking compositions.

http://www.warprecords.com/

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