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Davey Harms has carved out a wide catalog of hardware-based technoid workouts weighted heavy with body-controlling beats and fine-grain analog textures, working under his given name and the now defunct Mincemeat or Tenspeed moniker. Hausu Mountain proudly presents Cables, Harms's latest cycle of in-the-red electronic exercises, which finds him augmenting his already overloaded practice with new strategies in structural disfiguration and polyrhythmic beat deconstruction. Harms hails from the Providence scene that spawned a generation of like-minded projects including Container, Unicorn Hard-On, Black Dice, and Black Pus - a lineage of extreme music that transplants the most aggressive tropes of the noise and rock idioms into the shells of beat-based compositions.
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