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Russian Glitch MP3

The Russian netlabel has an ironic name — sarcastic, even. The music it releases, that is to say, is anything but. Characteristic of the work is Top 40’s most recent collection, P_Sh‘s Changed Weather Melodies, which is a set of glitchy, fragile sonic maneuvers. Changed Weather is typified by the album’s first, untitled track (MP3). In it, a thick bed of static-laced droning — listen closely for the tiny breaks and resets, loops and wisps — is slowly overtaken by a gentle, rusty, melody-like line. Absolutely beautiful. The full album has seven cuts: five more untitled pieces and a remix.

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By Marc Weidenbaum

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