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    Lewis, Edvard Graham – “All Over” – [Editions Mego]

    ALLOVER-350
    Dormant for a decade, the erstwhile Wire bassist delivered twin
    discs this year. On this, “All Over” EGL drops a more pop or at
    least song-oriented set of tunes. As on “All Under” a heavy
    low-end more than anchors the work here, as befits a bassist.
    There is still careful attention to electronic atmospherics,
    well-oiled machinery clicking and ticking, voice distortions
    and dub auras. Lyrically perhaps a thread of traveling and
    unraveling is woven into the songs here. Percussion is not
    so much industrial as it is inorganic. Most tracks have
    lyrics, spoken, broken, switched and restitched. “Prism
    Buzzard” is one that does *not* sound like Grand Galaxy
    Central Station at midnight, robo-waxers glide through the
    hallowed emptiness. Is “Where’s The Affen?” a wiretapping
    of an airport’s white courtesy phone? #6 segues tightly into
    #7 which is an oddly happy, and moreso, happily odd bumping
    number with the chorus “sorry but We’ve Lost Your Mind”
    (travelers in the next millennium will have it rough).
    If they offer you a temporary replacement mind, make sure
    it includes memories of this album, as well as some of
    Lewis’s earlier work in Dome and He Said (both of which
    KFJC has, and should remain Mute in our library). Insistent
    and twisted work here, has he collaborated with Matmos
    seems like his “Bluebird” and their “Rats” could play well
    together.

    -Thurston Hunger

  • Reviewed by Thurston Hunger on September 19, 2014 at 5:52 pm
  • Filed as A Library,CD
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