fault​/​r

by Brian Lavelle

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I confess: fault/r was my stuttering attempt at "dance music". You may not agree that I got within a hundred miles of the genre, particularly given that the album's 17 minute centrepiece, 'falter [New Mexico timepiece]', a sprawling minatory abstraction of a thing, is about as far removed from body music as it's possible to get...

The music, composed entirely on a creaking late-90s PC, is suffused with my then obsessions of Max Ernst, ufology, Alfred Jarry and a form of skewed Christian eschatology.

Treat this as a curio from the vaults and nothing more. Parts of it make me smile for reasons I won't go into.

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released January 1, 2000

Recorded February and March 2000 in Edinburgh. The album was originally released in 2000 on Frans de Waard's Microwave Recordings label.

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Scottish sound artist, living in Edinburgh. Hello.

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