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1-900-Get-Khan is more than just a collection of songs charting the harsher side of downtempo breakbeat and minimalist techno. Similar to David Holmes' Let's Get Killed, Khan's first album for the American super-indie Matador is the soundtrack to a European's attraction for the seamier side of New York. While the cover is set up with ads for a personal section, the title itself is also a functioning 1-900 number, available for $2.99 per minute. The songs inside are well-produced, though a few too many imply the illicitness with simple add-ons like a descending bassline or vibraphone twinkles. Still, "Jet Lounge Blues," "Nowhere" and "Body Dump" showcase the effect of Khan's thematic scope — the latter track even features Julee Cruise intoning lines like "carpet fibers don't lie." An extension of his 1997 recording Silent Movie, Silver Screen, 1-900-Get-Khan is an excellent invisible soundtrack.

Biography

Born: 07 June 1965

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

An original Structure label group artist with dozens of releases on Köln-based imprints such as DJ Ungle Fever, XXC3, Eat Raw, and Pharma, N.Y.C.-based experimental electro producer Can Oral is the man behind an array of pseudonyms. Recording most often as 4E and Khan, Oral's discography...
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