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Boomkat Product Review:
Another highlight of (James) Holden's 'The Inheritors' comes prepped for the DJs. It's one of the album's finest examples of Holden's quintessentially eldritch take on dance music; a strange, lilting curio spiralling pentatonic motifs in a gritty, off-kilter groove. The original is delineated to three parts for ritual use: the tool is most potent, threading Shimble's glossolalic gibberish through crooked modular sequences in an hypnotic tangle of strangely organic textures and shifty, frayed syncopation; The dub is groggy, vocal obliterated to spitting fragments filtered thru the groove with a frayed quality, whilst the 'Gibbersolo' reveals Shimble as a sort of spannered, Coil-like modular ELpH who's eaten one too many magic beans. Really good stuff.