SND - 4,5,6 (Clear Vinyl 3LP)


4,5,6 (Clear Vinyl 3LP)

Release date: 25/11/21
genre: Electro / Electronic
Format: LP
1. Inner 01
2. Inner 02
3. Inner 03
4. Hpuncture 01
5. Hpuncture 02
6. Hpuncture 03
7. Hpuncture 04
8. Push 01
9. Push 02
10. Push 03
11. Push 04
12. Push 05
SND - 4,5,6 (Clear Vinyl 3LP)


Utterly unmissable first digital edition of SND’s god-tier triple pack, cruelly out of print since 2008,
now finally available to discerning dancers/DJs - packing a pinnacle of avant-dance beat science
certain to connect with fans of garage, UKF, footwork and experimental minimal techno
A peerless masterclass in nanoscopic funk editing, ‘4,5,6’ has never bettered in our books. It
originally arrived as a limited pressing of 300 x 3LPs in 2008 but has been sorely notable by its lack
of availability ever since, often leading us to offer wild handed descriptions to bewildered mates,
who, even if they looked for 2nd hand copies, would still be stumped as nobody in their right mind
is selling a set. However that is all corrected with this first digital edition, representing one of the
most crucial reissues of the decade and an unmissable opportunity to revel in some of Mark Fell
and mat steel’s finest work, bar none.
When it landed in 2008, a decade after SND’s seminal early trio of self-releases, ‘4,5,6’ frankly took
our heads off. It marked a leap in form from their self explanatory ‘Tender Love’ LP of 2002 with a
return to their early EPs’ avant club focus, but drawing on processes and tekkers they had sharply
refined over the interim. Aspects of the deep house, garage and computer music that originally
inspired them are rendered inside out, revealing and recalibrating their mechanics in something
like an iridescent Haynes manual one could dance to, or simply marvel at if the legs weren’t willing.
It stood out a mile from the rote minimal techno and dubstep of the time, which had started
moving in the “future garage” direction by 2008, and effectively gave the sharpest side-eye to that
sound, innovating-not-imitating in order to update and galvanise the original ‘90s forms with
visionary mix of pointillist and mercurial flex. But, no mistake, for all its radical restructuring of
garage and related styles, the results aren’t intended for chin strok

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