Another album we are yet to catch up with as we rummage and rifle through the humungous pile of CD’s, tapes and email press shots is the latest from Courtesy. Via the ever admired Moon Glyph imprint on limited cassette issue this is the title track (‘slow bruise’) from said set, a darkly stirring slice of stilled paranoiac psychotropic minimalism whose icy exterior has all the marking to suggest it’s just stepped from an early 80’s cloakroom, all strangely warping electronic motifs and chilled toned accents tuned into sonic environments that hints of Cabaret Voltaire, the Passage and Clock DVA being fast forwarded through the years to be relocated in Tarwater landscapes, strangely edgy and disturbing in the way it mooches ominously around your listening space.


<p><a href=”″>Courtesy – &quot;Slow Bruise&quot;</a> from <a href=””>Moon Glyph</a> on <a href=””>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>  

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