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Another LP of exquisitely produced new-school electro, Neo Ouija balances floating synth effects with detailed percussion work on the high end and fluid bass on the low. Though the atmospherics occasionally let the album down, the highlights here — including "Escher Escalator," the title track, and the highly melodic "Vanishing Point" — are stellar examples of the Clear label sound at its peak. [One year after its Japanese release, Neo Ouija also appeared on Britain's Hydrogen Dukebox.]

Biography

Formed: 1996 in London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s

One of the best new artists to come out of the high-profile Clear Records camp, Metamatics was formed by Lee Norris and Dominic Kennedy. Similar to the fragile melodies of µ-Ziq but with an emphasis on spare dowtempo breakbeats and crispy percussion, Norris and Kennedy debuted on Clear with four EPs during early 1997. Their debut album A Metamatics Production appeared in April of that year. After Kennedy's departure, Neo Ouija followed in 1998, on the Japanese...
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