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Modern maneuvers in machine music courtesy of the Weapons Of Desire arsenal. Solo outing from S. Crosbie who is based in Brighton and runs both Dark Arts and Novac Music labels. He treats us to a fine selection of stripped back warehouse tools. Utilizing nowt but a drum machine and a few choice bits of tone generation he manages to conjure up a primal yet mechanized collection of tracks for late night gremlin abuse.

It's all acidic squelch, drum box thud and black arts sonic shamanism - right up the strasse of your local rave mutant! Recommended and in limited supply - move quick on these joints! 


Matt says: Tony Aslam gets busy in the barracks once again. Rousing warehouse general S. Crosbie to draw up some heavy weapons. A Brighton native with his own control factions; his guest appearance on WOD packs a serious punch.


A1. Figure 3
A2. Bridge & Tunnel
A3. Seven Dials

B1. Next-door
B2. Shifty

Following up one of our favourite acid-tinged LPs of last year (Auto Sound City's - "Funk"); esteemed Yorkshire based acid n jack merchants Weapons Of Desire drop a fresh V/A to kick of 2023 in fine style.

"Machine Funk Vol. 2" sees six more producers (some new to the label, others returning friends) molest the 303s, 808s and 909s in a totally inappropriate yet highly infectious manner; twisting and contorting around jakbeat, sherm-house and warped acid in a style that'd have Adonis and Ron Hardy themself biting off their bottom lip and twirling their underpants around their heads manically. There’s even a Millsian techno wobbler courtesy of Dez Williams.

Seriously crew, this is some of best low-down, deep n dirty jack shit we've heard for a while - and it's still fuckin January! Get me in a club on a nexus flip quick!

Andreas Gehm, Auto Sound City, Iron Blu, Steve Summers, Dez Williams and Scott Fraser and churning out illicit, crotch-grabbing box jams for getting sultry in the shadows or going at it hell for leather - your choice. There is no escape from these wild and wicked scorched circuits. Highly tipped here by Kickin Pigeon and likely to fly out before the first warehouse party of the year. You need. 


Matt says: Mega selection of jakbeat and sherm-fuelled acid house box jams from Leeds' Weapons Of Desire. Six warehouse wobblers for your delectation!


A1 Andreas Gehm - Canis Majoris 
A2 Auto Sound City - Loop #27 (Look At Me Jack) 
A3 Iron Blu - X-Ray Alpha Kilo 

B1 Steve Summers - Bad Memories 
B2 Dez Williams - Radiant Guardian 
B3 Scott Fraser - Moiral 

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