Back when we opened our store, a nondescript CD from out of nowhere (Russia, to be precise) set our world on fire. Sounding almost like minimal techno from Cologne, but with a slightly darker edge, Motor got everybody bumpin' coast to coast. Three years later, Motor is back. 'Freeze' is a gentler affair, drifting along with a crispy, post-Basic Channel dubbiness, surely eminating from a laptop colored black. Nice score from this new Chicago label. Add Lumpen review from Lumpen #91 In walking around my apartment, I counted over 50 electric motors hidden in all sorts of devices. Hair dryers, disk drives, pet cats. Everything that moves uses an electric motor to accomplish it's movement. There are tiny motors inside my teeth that concentrate the magnetic flux in the air gaps between techno and the avant-garde. When I speak I am wirelessly communicating with ancient biblical technology, how aboutyou?