Boomkat Product Review:
Zoë Mc Pherson & Ciarra Black alloy piledriving techno and spatlalized sound design as Carbon 96 in a pair of pounders for Peder Mannerfelt’s label
While banging techno is Ciarra Black’s meat and spuds, ‘Carbonated’ marks an intriguing break with more experimental forms toward club pressure for Mc Pherson, with results that live up to PMP’s exacting standards.
‘Hyper Hunter’ does the hardest work with its recoiling monotone kicks and bilgy bass pump rent in acres of industrial reverb and bound to sound banging on a big rig. ‘Club Soda’ however is our pick of the pair, working it offbeat on a sort of militant kuduro flex detailed with tungsten tipped snares, nagging insectoid percussion and bullying stabs sprayed from the hip.