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Nikhil Singh’s new project Witchboy is um, fascinating. But can you dance to it? You know, like the ghost of a Sims cheerleader possessed by bees.

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  1. Amanda says:

    I would say “fascinating” as much as “pretentious”. Maybe even “kak” would be a better substitute.

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  2. perspective says:

    To the unfamiliar, a new language always sounds like gibberish.

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  3. cnut says:

    Nikhil Singh has always been a poor man’s version of a Aryan Kaganoff/ Helge hybrid… not that most you Gen Y (not Roger Young) wit ou’s even know who they are!

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  4. Andy says:

    cnut way off base once again… dude it must be hard being the most uncool person in the history of South Africa. I feels for ya

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  5. Andy says:

    I mean Aryan Kaganoff is not even a musician. It’s like comparing oranges with peanuts.

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  6. Miles Keylock says:

    Don’t encourage him Andy.

    He’s secretly in love with Roger Young and God knows that too many stalkers make Young unmanageable.

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  7. Mick says:

    Nikhil Singh is a Cyber-century polyform. Also, if my sources are correct, he actually ‘wrote’ this (what was then called a ‘moving mating letter’) in June of 1983, somewhere in Durbs, South Africa. Some decade-anna-half later, Sims [trademark copyright blah-blah etc] the quaintly ‘virtual reality’ game, was born of an obtuse streamlining/selective appropriation of said letter’s visual aspects. Some years before the Sims ‘appropriation’ Richard D James employed aspects of its audio track, filtered them through his ‘Pop music Xt4’ computer program, and released what many call his slinkiest tune.

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  8. Andy says:

    Miles Keylock… we’ve missed you man

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  9. mega-douche says:

    while rather strange…I don’t want to hear or even see it again. It also comes across as random and lazy, which would be a shame if it’s crafted carefully over a whole suitcase of pharma-gear. But I dig that guys are doing this kinda stuff! respect

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  10. ShlongDong says:

    Justin K. Broadrick and Aaron Turner do it way better.


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