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Boomkat Product Review:
Blessed with a union straight out of Hades, Felipe and Forte sees the collision of Miami noise marshal Dino Felipe and New York digital dismantler Nick Forte - here reunited after their debut album 'Shaggy Black'. Nowhere near as caustic as some of their label mates on Sublight, 'Eke Out' comes across at times like a more rhythm bestowed version of Oval - wherein binary sediment is accrued around a discordant core and allowed to evolve as it sees fit. Opening through 'Spun Green', Felipe & Forte shuffle into view with bell-tower of fuzz wrapped static that chimes itself into digital oblivion in the most appealing manner possible. Metallic and organic, the music on 'Eke Out' has a claustrophobic quality that doesn't make you break out in a cold sweat - mixing in noir elements of computer-bred psychedelics that forms a carbonated aural soup that bears comparison with the likes of the Boredoms, Black Dice and even Fennesz. Never dark enough to cause a loss of all hope, Felipa and Forte have wrought a collaboration that incorporates a slew of elements yet comes across as airily sparse.