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An impressive fusion of electronics and hip-hop, Vocal Studies and Uprock Narratives
is Atlanta-born sound scientist Scott Herren's debut record under the pseudonym Prefuse 73. In the past, he's recorded avant-electronica as Delarosa & Asora and post-rock as Savath & Savalas--but his work as Prefuse finds him making a cerebral, precise misshape of music that's so starkly original, it often sounds like nothing else ever put to tape. Over the record's 16 fantastically twisted tracks, Herren cuts up the lyrical flow of a relay team of rappers into a maelstrom of dismembered syllables, electronic stutters and Aphex
-style ambient bass chimes; the way he feeds the conventions of old-skool hip-hop through a virus-raddled modem and drags the often beautiful likes of "Point To B" or "Back In Time" out of the other end is often little short of miraculous. If there's a frustrating side to "Vocal Studies...", it's purely in the fact that Herren seems too impatient to follow many ideas to their plotted conclusions; when, on "Black List", he lets his guesting rap crew actually spit out their rhymes safe from the digital mincer, it's like a mini-revelation in itself. That's not to do this fine record down, though--everyone from broad-minded B-boys to quirk-hungry Rephlex heads should find an embarrassment of glitch-riches here. --Louis Pattison