Milwaukee-based soloist Eulb says he wants to “kill techno,” but apparently he’s going about his mission by embracing the enemy. A cut titled “Dull Bulbs, Broken Bylbs (Bylblem Fort)” is hard-core, aggressive, pneumatic and incantatory. Quite the contrary, “Interrupt the White Gold” is downbeat and goofy. The latter is described as “acid jazz,” but only to screw with anyone who’d take that genre tag as an incentive to download. Those cuts and others are on Eulb’s MP3.com site.
Eulb’s home page (at angelfire.com) also features soundfiles, along with an illustrated guide to the equipment in his studio. In short: the sound of “blue,” backwards.