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Boomkat Product Review:
Keeper of the flame for darkside lowlands electro menace, DJ Overdose mounts a definitive magnum opus with a 13-track payload of drum machine and sequencer attacks for L.I.E.S.
Veteran of practically all the Dutch houses of electro repute, DJ Overdose has unswervingly pursued a sort of sci-fi ghettotech muse for more than 20 years now. His fourth album, ‘Emulator Armour’ plays out like the soundtrack to a graphic novel or pulpy sci-fi B-movie set between Detroit and Den Haag, modulating the mood and tempo between kerb-crawling sleaze such as ‘5x4’ and ‘Dinges Danges’, adrenalised arps in ‘This World’, more romantic themes in ‘Kotero’, and straight-up hard electro filth in club-ready numbers including ‘Time I get Nasty’, the riveting snares of ‘Kekko’, and the zig-zagging ace ‘3000.’