The Maghreban takes a sojourn through 70s Africa, ending up confused in a 1990s Home Counties rave on this sophomore release. Tribal psychedelia abounds, colonial Afro Rock space echoes ensue, giving way to a quirky stomper.
On the flip, The Maghreban pares down 'Casio' from his first 12" into some basic constituents and builds it into a slightly different animal, again ending up somewhere in the woodlands of Kent on a summer Saturday night 23 years ago, somewhat crestfallen.
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You wait ages for a new Gesloten Cirkel EP, then two come along at once! M-011 is marginally the more restrained of the pair but it's still a fantastically hairy, black-humoured ride through the hinterlands of acid-flecked techno/electro GC call home. On "Real Melbourne House" a distorted voice narrates the tale of a house DJ who only plays out in remote locations so he can steal revellers' cars while they're dancing. I wonder if it's grand theft auto-biographical ... Niccolo Brown