Little Furry Teeth bring the techno palate to the F-Class imprint. Back with their second release, “Umbrella Corporation”, they’ve cultivated a sub-driven, and minimal aesthetic. The orchestration is compact, tight, and full of space; all foreground, no extraneous background.
“Blooty” is a play on words and a call back to earlier forms of the genre. “Put your hands up for…” a shuffling backbeat that still preserves the straight forward purity of a techno tune. Teetering on boogie house at moments, this track is an homage to a host of dance floor predecessors from the mid 90s.
Punctuated, is probably the best way to describe “Umbrella Corporation”. Low attack and rolled-off starts accent every instrument. There’s a sort of washed over feel to the interplay between the different tonalities. Nothing is deemphasized by this smoothed feel, though. There is a blurting staccato about the bass and lead synth that accentuates the silent spaces of this title track.
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