Boomkat Product Review:
Weapons grade remixes of The Soft Moon from a likely bunch of EBM, noise and industrial techno figures
Fresh from running amok with Ewa Justka and Manni Dee’s ‘London Isn’t England’, Ansome goes bare knuckle on ‘Burn’ with hospitalising results. Lokier follows work with Krikor Kouchian in a peaktime EBM rework of ‘Young’; SHXCXCHCXSH turn ‘Criminal’ into a bouncing techno bomb; Sarin does his kinky, militant thing with ‘ILL’; Berlin’s Imperial Black Unit trample over ‘Like A Father;’ with well worn size 11 army boots.
Craow turns ‘Choke’ to rubble with unrepentant glee; ‘90s EBM producers Clément Perez and Daniel Myer a.k.a. Rendered remodel ‘It Kills’ as a whooping, galloping warhorse for taps aff in the dark room times; and The Horrorist does his grim NYC techno thing with ‘The Pain’.