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Boomkat Product Review:
Kassem Mosse gets his trickiest wiggle on with three cuts of jumping bean drums and sloshing rhythmelodic cadence for Honest Jon’s.
He’s just killing us with this main cut, Chilazon 1; mixing the tightest lil' organ riff - sounds like it’s taken right outta Aaron Carl’s remix of Hardlife - and the itchiest drum programming this side of Anthony Shakir, with a ballooning, untucked bassline that only gets freakier, displaced as the track evolves - staggering around like the most stylishly drunk person in the room and fucking loving it the whole time.
Flipside, he focuses on the 808 drums and mad bass cadence in a much reduced Chilazon 2 mix sound out somewhere between his sometime spar Beatrice Dillon and the memorably loose psych-jazz of Pekka Airaksinen, leaving nuff room for Lanthanum to explore more frayed, polymetric structures instinctively binding West African drum patterns with pointillist techno minimalism and the echoes of CaribBerlin dub.