Boomkat Product Review:
Prime collection of seething industrial dance hammers from Argentina’s Interplanetary, casting the net between local and European artists “with powerful personality under the same line”
No pussyfooting here; ‘Airs’ delivers dance music with stentorian conviction at every turn. Playing heavily to Interplanetary’s strengths, you’ll find a rave’s worth of body gratifying bangers including a number of leathered-up highlights.
Notable for another inclusion by Thessaloniki ace Penelope’s Fiance in ‘Out Planet’ that recalls Alberich or Klinik, the set mows thru massive cuts such as the bone-rattling brittleness of Marceas’ ‘Open’; the rippling bass arp flesh of ‘Deathwish’ by Niban; a bruxist mauler called ‘Driver 2020’ by Theorem; sickest noise techno by Draag; a metallic wormhole from Contacto; blown-out belligerence from Pravik; Furbo’s fizzy swagger; and, for good measure, more atmospheric moments in Jaaade’s ‘Snitchs Speak’, and a ferocious noise torrent by Enot.
Talc up and take your pick.