Boomkat Product Review:
Greg Beato cocks a dastardly debut album of deep and raw-ass bangers with El Tipo Mas Bonito En La Generacion De Los Feos - or The Most Beautiful Type in the Generation of the Ugly according to Google translate - for his new label, Ni Un Pero.
A favourite of everyone from Actress to Nina Kraviz and Midland, who’ve all deployed Beato trax in compilation and mixes, the Miami based miscreant has been messing with harsh textured, biting point house and breakbeat grooves exclusively for L.I.E.S. and Apron Records since his head-turning PMA and Who’s The Licho In Charge Ovaa Here 12”s in 2013.
With style and credentials firmly in place, he’s saved his sole attack on 2017 for this blistering 12 track set, facing off his signature, thistly crackers with a handful of mutant, slower, slow-fast, and synth’d-out pieces.
For highlights, look out for the thuggish bangs of 2K17, the warped and noisy Chicago jak blatz of Pushing You Til It’s Over and KLK, and when he’s gets really screwy in the splayed southern hip hop beat of Food For Profit, Not Health.