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Album Review

Techno mavericks Two Lone Swordsmen spun the tried-and-true blueprint of remix albums for a loop with their update to 2000's Tiny Reminders LP. Instead of just hiring a few similar/related producers for the reinterpretations, Andrew Weatherall and Keith Tenniswood drafted some seriously obscure names — C-Pij, Dry & Heavy, Klart, Lali Puna — to work on their tracks. The producers prove up to the level of the material too; off-kilter productions such as "Bunker (Villalobos Remix)" and "Rotting Hill (Cause Remix)" move from scatterbrained electro into more streamlined tech-house. The Dry & Heavy mix of "Neuflex" is the best track here, beginning with a hugely heavy dub tilt but later moving into experimental territory. The Swordsmen's own mix of "Rotting Hill" is another highlight here, and they save a big surprise for last — a sparse, arid reworking of the title track by desert indie-rockers Calexico.


Formed: 1996 in London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

After dissolving his Sabres of Paradise project and label, U.K. dance don Andrew Weatherall set up the tripartite Emissions label group and launched his latest, perhaps most prodigious musical venture, Two Lone Swordsmen. A collaboration with Emissions engineer Keith Tenniswood, 2LS was formed in early 1996. The group speaks the same language of warped, downtempo grooves as much previous Sabres work (particularly "Smokebelch" and "Wilmott"), but opts instead for a syntax of minimal electronics and...
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