Boomkat Product Review:
BNJMN serves Rush Hour with a second LP of unique productions on 'Black Square'. His sound here is brilliantly versatile; whether he's on a swinging House tip or a steppin' electronica flex, there's a consistent sense of compositional virtue which marks him out from the crowd. It's all heavily imbued with a debt to vintage '90s IDM and Ambient Techno but executed with a cyber-simulant freshness which feels more up-to-the-moment, taking House and Techno templates and revitalising them with ultra-crisp digital tropes which might not satisfy the analogue purists, but so what? There's highlights to be heard on the emotively rave-spirited 'Keep The Power Out' and the Tokyo Tech-House vibes of 'Open The Floodgates', or on a more leftfield tip check for the woozy, off-centre stepper 'Wisdom Of Uncertainty' or the almost baroque beatless beauty of 'Hallowed' for a fine taste of what to expect. TIPPED!