Ghoti makes his debut with two techno masterpieces. Iron Lung expands angular beats twisting and shaping physical dimensions of sound and rhythm as it pumps and breathes through a repetitive but evolving array of subtle sonic changes. Peter Grove offers a relentless version of Iron Lung that represents the shifting beats in a far less subtle array of sonic mayhem. Named after a residential street in Toronto, Neepawa takes an abstract mechanical rhythm and makes it something more primal, almost child-like in nature.
Originally released on 12" vinyl, this digital version now features 3 bonus tracks that round out Ghoti's abstract rhythmic concepts and conjure up early acid influences that emerge through a detailed mosaic of minimal techno.