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Boomkat Product Review:
Proper, hi-tek, new age dance torque from Mustafa Ali & Tony Thorpe’s pioneering UK techno project, back on road after a near 30 year nap.
Hitting right between Detroit, Kalamazoo and UK techno flexes - think Mayday, Gerald, Jay Denham - N.A.D. tweak out some serious hardware funk cubism and techno soul on ‘A Day in May’.
The title tune reprises the timeless misty-eyed vision of the pioneers with fluid machine funk full of the details that matter for dancers, and ‘What Race The Cyborg’ pushes the kaotic string harmonies into thizzing lustre with street-funk reminding of ACGG’s ‘Trip City’ and ‘Automanikk’ era that would feed forward into hardcore jungle intricacies. ‘Assemblages’ yokes back to a crisper strut edged with subtly hypnotic choral details and over-the-shoulder vocals ready for redlit basement steppers, and ‘Singer of Siren Songs’ pushes that feel closer to the bedroom with a prime end of night flourish hingeing around ribboning bassline and frustrated funk growls.