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Boomkat Product Review:
Super bass-heavy Miami house dopiness from Greg Beato, trotting out his 2nd 12” in nearly as many weeks on his Ni Un Pero label
Named after the Miami-Dade jurisdiction he hails from, ‘Dade’ - also meaning to walk unsteadily - is a fine title for Beato’s sound on this EP, a blend of worn out drums underlined with heaving subs and sealed in muggy atmospheres.
His album aside, this is the most varied set in Beato’s catalogue, holding a line between the swaggering groove and furtive feel of ‘Tres’ with its grunting subs, thru the bleached out dub house lushness of ‘Cero’, and the head-high ‘Cinco’, to the tremendously weird whirligig of ‘Hasta’ and a grubbing oddity named ‘El Fin’.