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Warp Records' roots lie in a short-lived subgenre of house called Sheffield bleep, and LFO's 1991 debut LP—the third album released on the label—captures the style in all its livewire glory. Unvarnished drum machines and sampled percussion collide in spiky, herky-jerky rhythms; shivering square-wave bass, primitive computer voices and cheap synths round out the chilly, minimalist atmosphere. They're at their punchiest (and catchiest) on "LFO (Leeds Warehouse Mix)" and "We Are Back", but the whole album is a treat; dance music has rarely sounded more alien.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Sheffield techno duo of Mark Bell and Gez Varley have a reputation that, at first glance, might seem to exceed their abilities. Having released only two records and not many more singles while they worked together, the pair's apparently meager contribution would hardly seem to bear out the claim that they were one of British techno's most important, agenda-setting groups. Nonetheless, early singles such as "We Are Back," "Freeze," and "Love Is the Message" from their debut Frequencies, as well...
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