Jakie brzmienia można kręciło się na rozpadającym się laptopie pod koniec lat 90.? Kluczowy braindance'owo-swobodny album polskiego Japończyka z rozkosznymi wokalnymi wstawkami. Zainspirował AFX-a do nagrania „Drukqs”.
Last year, Disciples rummaged through brain-dance pioneer Bogdan Raczynski's vast archives in order to offer-up a fine collection of previously unheard tunes. Now they've dripped into his catalogue of released music to offer up a new vinyl pressing of Samurai Math Beats, one of the producer's earliest albums and reportedly a big influence on another pioneer of eccentric, off-kilter electronic music, Richard D James. Now 21 years old, the album remains a startling listen thanks to its mutilated, mind-mangling blend of twisted, post-jungle "drill and bass" rhythms, child-like electronic melodies, lo-fi vocals and warped IDM flourishes. It was undoubtedly both of its time and ahead of its time; if you missed out first time around, we'd recommend picking up a copy now.