2010 studio album from the Legendary Pink Dots leader and acclaimed solo artist. Someone let loose the China doll from the cupboard again. Simply put, the Minus Touch is double plus good. A fantastic place for any beginner to start and obviously, an essential for the Old Guard. Ka-Spel's synthedelic song cycle has a flavor reminiscent of other aeons, though Edward's manner of time travel seems to be to wreck himself before he Chyekks himself. Torch is only back-lit with the experimentalisms so at the forefront of recent solo efforts. The album could almost be considered "inside" by comparison. Oh, it's messed up. But the devils are in the entrails, with most of the album belching forth beautiful, melodic coldwave electrolytes, into gasp by varying arrays of squelchy, sequenced rhythms and electronic arrhythmia. EKS, as ever, is bard to the bone.
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