Boomkat Product Review:
John T. Gast in total snake charmer mode, owning and aligning your chakras with two tracks “from the ark circa 2013”
Further to his exquisite wygdn 10” and Young Druid album in 2017, and the recent Docile hook-up with Tribe of Colin for TTT in ’18, John T. Gast scrolls back into the mists of his hard drive on BTEC Version #1 to roughly around the time we were first beguiled by his work as Henny Moan and just cottoning onto his now better known alias.
We’d wager these are some of the earliest tracks he made in John T. Gast mode, and it’s not hard it draw a line between the durational meditation of his nine minute Terminator trudge ANGELA, with the slow pressure of wygdn_bashmenttk9, for example. However, DRITH is just out on its own, coming up with a briny electronic whine and clod-stepping drums that frankly sound like fcuk all else, beyond a barnyard of mechanical animals.