Boomkat Product Review:
The master of shifty, kinky slow-motion dance music deposits his 2nd volume of lean and eerie joints with Antinote.
Hardly ever getting out of first gear, but totally making a virtue of it, Decades, Vol.2 stalks four discreet lines across the ‘floor, hovering into view with lethargic lope and haunting chorales of Calirough, and swanging from the hip into the Muslimgauze-like maze of Hyroglyph, before Wooden wands cranks into 2nd gear, accentuating the strut with swooping subs, for the shadowy Monia to fall back into a dark, heads-down wind-tunnel chug ripe for soundtracking a dream montage in some carmine-stained Italian horror classic.
And all it takes is an MPC, a small synthesiser set up and some effects to get you going. Or “Limitations offer lots of liberties” as Detlef Weinrich a.k.a. Toulouse Low Trax puts it himself. A lesson many could learn from…