Extraterrestrially Ecstatic: TEETH, See Spaces/Time Changes.

It's nigh on never Dots & Dashes review 2-track, flimsy promo CD-Rs as if they were full-on, meticulously arranged LP propers. But then it's nigh on never a couple of profusely cacophonous tracks as electronically idyllic as those contained within the debut Moshi Moshi Singles Club release from Dalston noisenik trio TEETH get mangled by dog teeth as they dangle from the jaws of the postbox... The single sees the light of day on 16th August.

See Spaces is a glitchy post-apocalyptic slab of dank, drab electro that remedies the conflictual, primal instinct that resides in the wake of Crystal Castles and does to ambient-orientated, warped electronica what Mount Kimbie did to dubstep. Hallelujah. The gargantuan columns of synth sound that interject almost instantaneously sound bigger than Jay-Z's Empire State Of Mind and ego combined, whilst the trashy, frenetic drums recall Comanechi in a swirling drawing pin blizzard.

Conversely, Time Changes is The Hundred In The Hands jumpstarted from the bonnet of The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster, as the entrails of the Tardis gush out from an overfilled battery. Howling vox that gyrate against abrasive toplines perpetually threatening to spill over into Oceana-obliterating house are rescued from the brink of obscenity by an omnipresent drumskin barrage that topples the outstanding impression of the record into overdriven obsession.

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