You can hear samples of each EP below, and a summary of the very kinds words written so far.
Long Division with Remainders - Collision/Detection by frontandfollow
"a distinct and compelling listening experience" - Fluid Radio on v1
"That vaselined nail gun, spurting 'Frankie Says' orgasms, transforming into the hum n burr of tiny dynamos sucking at the air as the fader reveals a bleeping emergence on a lung pumped inflexion..." - Rottenmeats on v1
"Fans of off-kilter computer mess will find much to enjoy on this one." - Sounds XP on v1
"Machine hum; ghost train clanking...or ghost trails... fogfucked mornings at the edge of the world;fishing boats rattling lobster pots against the shingle... the sea just about to swallow everything whole..." - An Idiot's Guide to Dreaming on v1
"Pessimism" - Quiet Drumming on v1
"merges danceable beats with precise Kraftwerk rhythms... intense and hypnotic drum and bass; the repetition of the title amidst the chaos serves to add a chill and confusion to proceedings" - Leonard's Lair on v2
"a more accessible but no less enjoyable set of bouncing braindance" - Sounds XP on v2
"drumfunked D&B rushes akin to Luke Vibert's Plug project" - Boomkat on v2
"another intriguing addition to the collision and detection odyssey... where the next leads is anybodies guess" - rottenmeats on v3
"Strange linguistical out pourings mashing away in your mind… suck eggs , so gin(less), sir(slur) guinness... word transformations on a Star Trek door malfunction that saharas itself over some distant dune..." - rottenmeats on v3
" volume 3 finds The Lord raining computer madness down upon his minions... This is avant-noise at its most fun. Bracingly direct, it will give the adventurous listener a good, cleansing, mind-scrub." - Sounds XP on v3
Thanks for all your support, and stay tuned for new EPs from BLK TAG and Kemper Norton in the next few months...