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Boomkat Product Review:
Baltimore represents with two deep cut, psychedelic sidewinders from Co La (Lifted/Software) and Jeremy Hyman (Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks/Future Times), all well timed for your summer sessions.
Barricade is the first we’ve heard from Co La since his input on the fantastic Lifted project and his No No album for 0PN’s Software. It’s a mercurial return to his key B-More dancefloor influences, syncing up wood block percussion, bubbling electronics and jabbing kicks inna 3D environment, all emphasis on allowing yourself to cut loose and revel in the clash of textures-in-space. We certain this will sound wide and wild on a big system.
Jeremy Hyman follows suit with Steelcut Steph, which feels to hybridises B-More with UKF/soca snare patterns in a lush upward tilt thru seesawing, glass rubbed harmonics buoyed on grubbing, twisting bass. Basically sounds like a long lost UKF screwball.