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Boomkat Product Review:
Superb debut of fleshly soft synth contours, slow trap rhythms and PointillisticT impulses, snaffled up by Mr. Mitch’s Gobstopper label.
If there’s any one reason to check this EP, it’s the gorgeous Sugar Acid; a weightless special suspending crimson-skied pads, lolling trap patter and effervescent contrails with electromagnetic sub bass pressure, sounding something like Andy Stott meets Sami Baha on the 21st floor.
The rest of the EP is peachy, too. Setsuko comes off like some hazy OPN-daydream for Awful Records, and The Yumato finds a sweetspot of jazz-fusion ambience and far eastern mysticism, whilst Tsundoku veers vertically up a chromatic vortex of Lorenzo Senni-style arpeggios offering new escape routes for instrumental grime.
He’s one of Fact Magazine’s Grime Producers To Watch in 2016 for a very good reason…