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Boomkat Product Review:
Misty Conditions presents two Planet Mu renegades as you've rarely heard them. It's the new vehicle for Henry Collins aka Shitmat and Richard Wilson aka Burnkane to explore their less puerile side, and the results aren't bad. With Henry now based in France and Richard in LA, the project took shape over email, manifesting nine tracks of raw-to-the-bone machine drum sparks and layered samples processed with bespoke software. There's nary a daft jungle appropriation in sight; instead the pair take inspiration from Footwork's rudimentary sample techniques, roughneck electro-techno, industrial ambience and the darkest, drankest strains of American Hip Hop, swerving between styles like a drunken motorist. There's bits of Brazilian percussion alloyed with trap in 'Drizzle', and decelerated juke on 'Dusco', whereas 'Dilute' sounds like they just raided Wanda Group's hard drive, and 'D'mmmm' makes canny use of R&B samples inna heady, gyroscopic footwork framework. Really good stuff.