Boomkat Product Review:
More devestation courtesy of the mighty Dub label and Reimer Eising, better known as Kettel. No messing on this one, the opening ‘I Live You’ is truly largely HUGE, crunchy hip hop styles in that Dabrye/Machine Drum stylee, one of those tunes that really requires little by way of explanation, except to say that you’ll more than likely be as floored as we have been listening to it endlessly this week. ‘An Inky Moon’ is next – a real eye-opener, sublime arrangements of delicate accoustic guitars and scene-setting ambience, the kind of sound that Sybarite have excelled at producing so lovingly these past few years. Deliciously lush. The flipside is altogether different, ‘Kyn’ delivering a playful Plaid-esque electrolite sizzle, while ‘Tendency Kibe Sun’ develops dawn soundscapes towards an unusual 4/4 trajectroy. Killer stuff allround, but the A-side steals the show.....Ace!