Some of the best things come and go before you have the chance to find out about them. Such is the case with the early releases from Paranoid London. The mysterious duo came out of nowhere with little fanfare, dropping their 12" release with no promotion, only to have them become must have items as they quickly sold out. "Eating Glue" was one of those releases, the duo's third outing, and it's great to see it back in print. It stuck to the foundation set by their previous two outings, grittily processed drum machines grinding away while a constantly morphing 303 bassline keeps the momentum going and going. The spoken word vocals of Mutado Pintado give added drama, evoking the sense that you've earned every right to be here, losing yourself in the midst of it all. Includes the instrumental and the fragmented jam, "CV Bleed." Recommended.
- music label: Paranoid London 2012 / 2015
reviewed by Joey Coco 10/2015
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