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Boomkat Product Review:
Woodcut digidub x offgrid dancehall from Glasgow’s Grim Lusk, coming with the type of textured lean found in his Dip Friso ace earlier in ’22
Murray Collier aka Grim Lusk rustles six frazzled, dubwise bullets for the early hours or the slumped afters. The locked-in hypnosis of ‘Nuovo’ harnesses steam-powered drum machines and animist shapes in Afro-Latin syncopation, beside the lysergic Sleng Teng styles of ‘Partans’, and and the bubbling pots ’n pans dub of ‘Not Enough’ comparable with Disrupt or Tapes.
On the flip, he hits it slow and low like a Lord Tusk grinder in ‘Diving Pool’ and picks up your bandy knees with the killer dubwise trample of ‘Wazoo’, recalling Jay Glass Dubs’ skeletal echo chamber oddities.