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5.0 out of 5 stars Fireworks and Fieldmice
Scatty and Gritz (the twins) borrowed this from their good friend
Alvin (not the chipmunk but a young otter of remarkably sophisticated
musical taste). I picked it up, played it once and now can't seem to
put it down! For a five track collection it packs in so many melodic and
rhythmic ideas that it is virtually bursting at the seams with energy...
Published on 16 Aug. 2011 by The Wolf

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3.0 out of 5 stars Typically weird Hudson Mohawke
Bit of an acquired taste. occasionally pleasant but often grinding. doesn't last long either, more of a sound bite than Ep
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fireworks and Fieldmice, 16 Aug. 2011
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This review is from: Satin Panthers (Audio CD)
Scatty and Gritz (the twins) borrowed this from their good friend
Alvin (not the chipmunk but a young otter of remarkably sophisticated
musical taste). I picked it up, played it once and now can't seem to
put it down! For a five track collection it packs in so many melodic and
rhythmic ideas that it is virtually bursting at the seams with energy.

Hudson Mohawke (aka Ross Birchard) has a real way with machines. (His
2009 album 'Butter' is well worth a listen too). His cut-and-paste
approach to composition mixes up some great beats with the kind of
wayward musical tenacity which really does get your head in a spin!

'Satin Panthers' is a veritable firework display of a recording.
It turns somersaults, it slips and slides. It's a sonic riot!

From the sparkling opening construction 'Octan' with its big, bad bass
synth line pinning it to the wall; through the massive blistering riff
of 'Thunder Bay' (complete with a chorus of manic fieldmice - trust me!);
the delightful staccato squawks and twitterings of 'Cbat'; 'All Your Love',
with its irrisistably funky pounding percussion and scintillating chords
(not to mention those mice again!) and the high drama of ribald final track
'Thankyou', it's impossible not to be swept away by Mr Birchard's muse.

Ignore it at your peril!

Highly Recommended.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Typically weird Hudson Mohawke, 31 May 2014
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Bit of an acquired taste. occasionally pleasant but often grinding. doesn't last long either, more of a sound bite than Ep
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 9 Dec. 2014
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Hudson Mohawke is a great musician /composer.
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