Tuesday, February 09, 2010



GET yourself a glass of water and lie down in a darkened room - The Sickness is returning.
And on Volume Four, German producer Sicko's strain of dance is as playful as it is disturbing.
Ever fond of a sick joke, the elusive Sicko always performs live in disguise - with previous appearances as a geisha, Fred Flintstone, Jesus, a stormtrooper, a witch, Dolly Parton, Abe Lincoln, a boy scout and more under their belt.
And this twisted outlook carries through the music here, ranging from the juddering jungle breakcore of Happycartoon to the puerile electro of Turdbj, which is like Radiohead's Kid A with tourettes, and even expansive ambient sections like Curdledurine, which is literally like being caught in a gunfight in a warehouse.

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