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// Incest: Sutekh Live


What has the field of electronic music come to when buyers must break the outer seal of a CD only to find that the promise of live Sutekh material is actually nothing of the kind? Well, ethical considerations aside, Incest: Sutekh Live actually trumps any live recording by being a stand-alone work that uses the materials of a live album to create a vital new work. Sutekh producer Seth Horvitz created it by working in the manner and method of his live shows, which is good enough by far for these circles. The clean, surgical style of experimental techno on display here will be familiar to fans of his previous material, though Sutekh takes it a bit farther, while nodding to the concert theme, by integrating tracks and transitions to make a kinetic set that demands listening.

— John Bush, allmusic

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