First up though is the Serious Rework. On the whole it is quite a chunky yet quirky tech house cut. A very weird computerized vocal rides over most of the production, while trippy sounds and warped effects trickle away in the foreground. As the track builds, the sounds get a little more warped, really making this record quite unique and not for everyone’s liking. Very twisted stuff on the a-side!
The James Swayzak ‘back to 92 dub’ is also quite a unique production. Throbbing retro baselines pulsate throughout while a very chunky kick gives the track a big room appeal. Again, some quirky vocal effects feature throughout, and as the track progresses some eerie effects make their way into the track, becoming more prominent. A very tough track to write about, and like many other F-Communications releases, words do not tell the whole story.
Well worth a look this release, with the b-side for me being the better production.