Boomkat Product Review:
Le Matin poke up from the Moscow underground with a brilliantly freaky session scaling from squirming downbeats to slow house slugs and Detroit electro mutations.
Operating somewhere between the stranger ends of ‘00s Gescom and the asymmetric anachronisms of Novoline, the six track LP and twelve track Download of Destroy The Comfort Zone aren’t as extreme as the title may suggest, but like the collaged cover art implies, it’s more psychedelic, playfully bendy, and prone to elicit hard-to-identify emotions.
Ma Voiysine La Pute gives a wonky start with a grid-melted display of overpronating drums and dub flux recalling aspects of the G.O.D. sound, whereas Experience Regenratrice bunkers down to a proper slow house throb built for the ‘floor, and Russian Drifting comes with taut but impish sort of electro impulse.
De Coeur Ton Battre returns to the melted grid to sound like something from the new Kassem Mosse album, and the murky tilt of MO5 Michel Platini leads into some dead freaky offbeats.