Various – Music From Mathematics Vol. 1 (Mathematics Recordings 030) – 8/10
Chicago v. 2.0 – this label of Poindexter and Moss carries proudly the flame that was lit in the 80’s in Windy City, and they excel both in yield and quality. Current compilation has again picked up various musical influences and starts with Sir KaTie and “Shout” that speaks to all Tears For Fears fans and brings up great memories. DM’s familiar chords are soon overrun by a disoriented jam session where we could hear pieces of “Robots”.
Marcello Napoletano’s “Space Voodoo” is dashing soundtrack for congregations of wild tribes, a stylish tribal piece guided by snare drum.
On the flip Olfryght’s “A Hand In The Sky” that gallops along with a kind assistance of disco beat and vocoder and reminds of Whirlpool Productions’ club smash “From Disco to Disco” several years ago. We sign off here with a menacing “2 Live & Die”, done by I.B.M. Presents Violence FM and here we have a metallic ride. Nice job, guys.