The project from the hip-hop alias of Global Communication's Mark Pritchard will see release on Warp.
Pritchard may be best known as one-half of Global Communication, but his ever-wandering muse has seen him also gravitate towards hip-hop—most notably in his Harmonic 33 project with Dave Brinkworth. 2008 saw him go further into the genre with the unveiling of Harmonic 313, which saw the producer also taking cues from electronic productions coming out of Detroit (hence the 313 tag).
Pritchard's debut full-length under the name, When Machines Exceed Human Intelligence, is a continuation of the EPs that he's already released on Warp already, so listeners can expect a bass-heavy album that draws parallels with recent material from Glasgow's LuckyMe collective (i.e. Rustie, Mike Slott and fellow Warp artist Hudson Mohawke).
03. No Way Out
04. Music Substitute System
07. Word Problems
08. Battlestar feat. Phat Kat & Elzhi
09. Cyclotron C64 Sid
10. Call to Arms
12. Don't Panic
13. Falling Away feat. Steve Spacek
14. When Machines Exceed Human Intelligence
15. Quadrant 3
Warp will release Harmonic 313's When Machines exceed Human Intelligence on February 3, 2009.