shit be played out, to put it mildly, conceptually
entertainingly executed though
also from the FACT Top 50 albums list is this, coming more from a Caretaker/Death of Rave angle
bandcamp commenters say variously:
Like hearing a 90s rave through a long dark tunnel. The music evokes massive nostalgia and a mixture of joy and sadness. Exquisitely done, the snatches of recognisable tunes only adds to the feeling of otherness and times gone by.Favorite track: The Voices of Time.
Brilliant follow-up to the classical electronics of Chrysalis, perfectly tapping into the recent welcome nostalgia for early-'90s rave and jungle, in a distinctly sui generis fashion.Favorite track: Genesis 92: The Awakening.
Do me a fucking favour - this is almost literally a replay of Caretaker's The Death of Rave.
The Death of Rave, with added guff. Viz, the press release: