Mutant sounds from the new ambient underground.
Much of Dioxippe sounds like it was carved from static. The opening track, "Rond," is basically just that. It's remarkably abrasive, like listening to a corrupted Chain Reaction CD. Elsewhere we get something approaching straightforward techno. The title track's pounding kick drums and severe volume fluctuations remind me of Andy Stott's Passed Me By. "Cyl Reedit" is sludgy techno that sounds like it's heaving its way through each measure.
The music on Dioxippe is raw but detailed. "Coai3" has a sickly sputter, but the instability makes it exciting. "Track 3" is basically just a lead bubbling away like an underwater current with an almost unstoppable force. Even the one-minute interlude, "Weld," is full of intriguing textures. Like the rest of the EP, you'll wish it was longer.