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Boomkat Product Review:
From Michigan via Belgium, Tyler Dancer brings a rude Detroit flavour to his follow-up record for DBA, leading on from 2017’s debut 12” and strong remix of Funkadelic with Shake
Uptown he plays out the wickedly sub-heavy swagger of ‘Kármán Line’ with its hazy top line and rugged flow coming off like Shake meets Nolean Reusse, whereas ‘Shiva’s Hands’ puts the kicks down four square with frazzled handclaps and weird, piped-in lead to sound a bit New Beaty, and the pumping ‘Nyx’ lets some jazzy light trickle in to the mix for sweet contrast.