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Boomkat Product Review:
Grime-smeared steel city clangs and ratchet club tension from Lloyd SB, building on the promise of his Boida Flare EP and cuts for Boxed and Sound Pellegrino with some more of that hyper chromatic and high-wire dancing structures for Mr. Mitch’s Gobstopper.
8ths, 16ths serves a pretty demented, schizoid swerve between messed up weightless grime zones taking in flattened Trap tics, bolshy brass and strobing electronics in a way that recalls BLOOM’s dizzying constructions as much as Mumdance and Logos’ rave suss and the playful twists of Tarquin. It’s a bit of a showstopper.
On the other hand, we could also apply all those analogies to Princess Anna, but again the appeal lies in the idiosyncrasies of his take on Eski tropes, full of slicing edits and chromatic vamps delivered with devilishly proprioceptive design.