'Our Lady Of Perpetual Fucking Succour' EP

by A New Line (Related)

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    4 tracks of seductive, top shelf, minimal techno from ex-Hood stalwart, Andrew Johnson.

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Home Assembly are proud to present a welcome return from Andrew Johnson’s deep, dark ambient project A New Line (Related).

This is the first new music since his extremely well received self titled debut and it’s accompanying (again) untitled 7”. On the latter release Johnson collaborated with Miles Whittaker (Demdike Stare) and it is out of this meeting of minds that springs this well of new material. Whittaker’s minimal take on Johnson’s music has influenced Johnson in the art of reduction and in stripping his sound right back to ultra repetitive beats and hypnotic dancefloor flavours.

The simple hypnotism of Detroit producer Terence Dixon is evidenced in opener ‘Our Lady Of Perpetual Fucking Succour’ with it’s pounding beats and monochromic never changing techno landscape. ‘Belle Ile En Mer Dub Night’ is smoother and slower with distant grooves referencing Huerco S’s experimental and grainy house. ‘Nobody’s Been In Touch’ follows with clever stabs of percussion over Deepchord style effervescent loops but it is closer ‘They’re Burning Northerners Fifteen At A Time And Firing Them Into The Sky To Light Up London’ that is the absolute apex of Johnson’s creativity with billowing distorted loops over simple drum machine, the track exploding in intensity over it’s lifespan and leaves the EP on a thrilling note.

Like his debut album, this EP uses basic production techniques to create deceptively layered deep techno, meanwhile Johnson’s slight shift towards a harder dancefloor sound hasn’t muted the evocative atmospheres he is so expert at.

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released November 27, 2015

Written and produced by Andrew Johnson.
Mixed with Chris Adams.
Mastered by Antony Ryan at RedRedPaw

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