Boomkat Product Review:
Sote continues to run amok across 2016 with a skull-bashing hardcore techno and booty assault for Ascion, D. Carbone and Shapednoise’s Repitch Recordings. If you thought his Hardcore Sounds From Tehran tape was a tad on the unruly side, you won’t know what’s hit you here.
The 10 minute Neuroenhancer is a teeth-baring bruxist stomper, sounding like some mid ‘90s Joey Beltram bomb that’s been driven hard into the red with grimacing distortion.
In Music I Trust is a craftier take on Detroit ghetto and UK D&B styles, twisting cues from DJ Stingray, Mr De and RAM Records to a kinky, salty hardstep juggernaut beaten up with devilish noise to almost sound like a nastier $hit & $hine.