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Boomkat Product Review:
Didn’t the whole remix album thing fizzle out back when we were still clogging up phone lines to download shareware from a BBS? Nevertheless, Warp’s math-rock-electo astronauts Battles follow their Tyondai-free ‘Gloss Drop’ with this waxy collection of reworks and retrofits. I won’t blind you with a list of the heavy hitters involved, but you’ll be pleased to know that Sandwell District’s Silent Servant turns in another stone-cold killer with his re-imagining of ‘Inchworm’. The chirpy quality of the original is all but dissolved into sizzling, post-industrial 4/4 minimalism and should keep any of you Vatican Shadow/Pete Swanson /Container/Raime fans rubbing your tight jeans in stifled, sweaty glee. Elsewhere, Hyperdub boss Kode9 drops a typically bass-heavy re-jig of the zany ‘Africastle’ and Sub Pop weird rap troupe Shabazz Palaces give their very personal take on ‘White Electric’. The high point however comes from electronic music veterans Qluster who transform ‘Dominican Fade’ into a flurry of pulsing syn-drums and gloriously glass FM tones bringing to mind the near-lost 80s era of kosmische music.