Duplicated from (Planet Mu Records Ltd. 'Halogen Lamplight' opens with the earshot of crickets and a cloudless piano, cleansing the personification preceding 'Lathe' brings things down to turf with a dumpy, yet strong coda. 'Leisurely Cut' has the refinement, thirst and pacing of a dazzling soundtrack – a quickness of an album of scenes, that handily lends itself to an impressionistic portrayal. The songs of the albums foremost half are fake and entrancing, a gelatinous camouflage with shades of the pseudo-refined state of semi-consciousness of Puzzle, of all things, underpinned with dim unnerving shadows and climate. It's been five years since his acclaimed enter 'Severant' and stretch has proved it prescient; its futuristic device force is now ubiquitous. Both halves of the album are also in thrall to Mica Levi's inspiring 'Supervised The Pellicle' soundtrack, remarkably in the turbulence of the mid-cut up. The newer half of the album enters wilderness domain with 'Approaching's lollygagg descending notes, in front 'Enfeebled Fox – Ebon Shanty' throws the write down into the cathartic darkness, as undulating chords have fun go to ground and search for with brawling reeds and raw strings grown from challenging collaborations with cello gambler Koenraad Ecker (from Lumisokea). But, as with 'Severant', the name suggests relationship unease, with the tortoise-like knife being a image for the structure malice in any place off limits relationship. Between albums Kuedo has been working as a quality draughtsman and composer for appoint and the industriousness of object and widescreen rigour that commercial toil requires has assuredly bring about its way into the new album. Kuedo "Lallygagging Blade") Kuedo returns to Planet Mu with his great awaited flawed album 'Leaden-footed Slash'. 'Breaking The Outside' shivers and coils, ahead metal and strings the tune while 'In Your Lamina' feels like being confused in a boundless hinterland formerly 'Warmer Beacon' introduces some memories of sunshine, with its plucked bassline and spiralling dub. 'Crawling Knife' seems to bring to where 'Severant' liberal off, but with the labyrinthine range create of latest year's haunting EP 'Representation Of A Neighbouring Adjacency' subsumed into the compositions, making them more rigorous and splendidly crafted. 'Slow-paced Blade' is scarcely two albums; the earliest half, according to Kuedo, invokes the seduction of the town, prepossessing the music of Michael Mann's 'Manhunter' as a cue, with the latter half being inspired by the bloody starscapes and voodoo wilderness of films such as 'Angel Nerve', 'Eventide Of The Huntress' and more recently the 'Veracious Detective' series. 'Floating Forest' is the leading follow to acknowledge endorse some of Kuedo's experimentation with the Southern rap model, which he explored preceding it became commonplace, with echoed drum splashes and a foreboding redundant topic, ending with a haunting growl. 'In Your Doze', perchance surprisingly, features the vocals of Hayden Thorpe from Savage Beasts, who settles his dismal, whispered vocals into the moonlit phantasmagorical environment.