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If you want to understand the science of post-millennial electronic music, you have to be willing to do some math. Trevor Jackson's Output Recordings has risen to the top of the "now" imprint pile, re-inventing the sounds and spirit of Joy Division (Colder), Liquid Liquid (the Rapture) and now, 7 Hurtz takes in the Orb's space-ghost electronica for all it's worth. Figuring out the cycle of genesis between 1977, 1981 and 1989 would require a level of social calculus akin to trying to understand the ending of 2010: The Year We Make Contact. Then consider the x-factor that half of 7 Hurtz, Lascelles, was a founding member of seminal acid jazz outfit the Brand New Heavies and you'd be better off just leaving the question blank and enjoying the tickling hi-hats and groovy little electronic sweeps that form the closest bridge between here and Mars.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s

According to Charles Neal’s Tape Delay, seven hertz is the frequency that is most dangerous to human life with effects including prolapse, internal organ damage, disorientation, vomiting, nausea, and even death. Apparently, the first man to generate the sound was killed in the process. 7-Hurtz, a collaboration between UK DJs Lascelles Gordon and Ben Cowan, was inspired by this knowledge. The former was a co-founder of the UK acid jazz band Brand New Heavies, has drummed for Sandals, Beth Orton and...
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