Boomkat Product Review:
Joshua Eustis (Telefon Tel Aviv) and Turk Dietrich (Belong) reprise the recursive dynamics of Second Woman with two starkly contrasting new cuts in E/P, backed by terrific remixes from Jlin, and Greek dub techno architect, Fluxion.
In I they trigger a chain reaction of ricocheting electrodub plongs that shudder themselves out of energy into a black hole breakdown and build back up a knotted throng that practically defies the laws of physics. On the other hand II offers a gentler example of that hyper-pointillist style, nimbly string in the gaps between Mark Fell, Gábor Lázàr and Rian Treanor styles, but with lusher atmospheres lingering from second Woman’s previous projects.
We could have added Jlin to that list above, who also appears here with a devilish remix of VII harnessed the dub chaos in a lip-bitingly tight flux of chords and inimitable triplets, whereas Fluxion plays nice with the wistful chimes and ductile dub structure of his CC remix, which appears to have been recorded next to a sunday league footie match.