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Boomkat Product Review:
City-2 St. Giga’s DJ Trystero supplies a fine debut album to Incienso slipping between beatdown and padded dream house, electro and ambient flights of fancy after introductory sessions with The Trilogy Tapes and Cav Empt.
As wide ranging as the releases on his own, cult label, Trystero’s ‘Castillo’ is a diverse yet intimate experience that slots neatly into Incienso’s roster of likeminds. He persistently keeps the patterns alternating between styles, neatly shifting his weight from fluffy ambient beatdown in ‘Ashlar’ to pounding deep techno on ‘Oriel’, grungy techno-house of ‘Beneath’ or snapping 808 electro-dub in ‘Tower’, but best snagging our attentions with his more amorphous works such as the Basic Channel-meets-Civilistjävel-styled tang of ‘Ludus’ and offbeat carve to ‘Gutter’.