Boomkat Product Review:
Berceuse Héroïque wheel out the heavy artillery with Pinch’s rude debut barrage for the bass and techno outpost - one of his baddest since those early Swamp 81’s at start of this decade.
Making his first trample of 2019, Pinch keeps it topical with the grimacing and soggy dread march of ‘Border Control’, coming off like a late ‘90s Virus workout remodelled for basements full of hooligans stomping their ugly sneakers into rave slush - you know the tread - before ‘Fortune Tellers’ spins us right back to Pinch’s 2010 steamers ‘Croydon House’ and ‘Retribution’ but with added time lag in a proper piece of UK bass/techno, while ‘Loose Cables’ sees him unbuckle the modular and let it all slop out in a sort of frazzled, drunken stagger that will churn the ‘floor to mush.
Murder business. For serious bassbin use only!