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Boomkat Product Review:
Pariah drops his first solo EP in a decade, yoking his modular array to pulsating, tunnelling techno, breakbeat and electro templates on the Voam label he runs with Blawan, his other half in Karenn
10 years since his debut ruck of 12”s with R&S, and five since his album ‘Here From Where We Are’, Arthur Cayzer aka Pariah firms up tweaky takes on classic templates at each turn. ‘Caterpillar’ is a reticulated minimal techno zinger working up a head of steam from slinky, glittering pulses synched to throaty acidic plunges with nuff devil in the detail, whereas ‘Frogspawn’ surprises with a colourfully iridescent sort of jungle techno roller reminding of a more streamlined µ-Ziq, and, best of all, ‘One on One’ spurts a killer, brisk electro groove layered with droll, over-the-shoulder vocals, kinda like Objekt meets Dale Cornish.