(Entr’acte)

In line with Entr’acte’s impossibly packaged releases, this 3-inch CD comes in a folded newspaper where every page contains a single sentence, except for the central two that are blank. Two of the three tracks are constructed upon a female voice continuously reciting a sort of cut-up litany in German language: “Apologia” is a warm, involving minimal neurosis with translucent sounds over a bulky subterranean pulse, while “Epilogus” is a little bit more agitated, with the electronic sources moving around the voice in a sort of disembodied telegraphic code. “Corpus maior” is a short, wordless intermission that, in a sense, acts as the conclusion of the first track. Quite engrossing stuff, this could be excellent background music for a cyber-sex shop.

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