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Boomkat Product Review:
Jazz-handed modular synth funk from Eglo’s Destiny72z, spinning cosmic calibrations of electro, house and garage on the 2nd of 3 x EPs
Australia’s Mathew Kirkis is the painter, producer and multi-instrumentalist behind Destiny72z. Using a rarified palette of Buchla music easel, analog hardware and modular synth stacks, he carves out an absorbing range of textures, contours and illusive synthetic tones that he shapes into rolling, stepping dance music on ‘EP2: Dimdraft’, which arrives with the skudgy but piquant, colourful house wriggler ‘Dimdraft’ and flows, in spats and turns, from the tucked 2-step quirks of ‘Technique Ssl’, to the spark-spitting Herbert-like house jerk of ‘OmegaTX’, and what sounds like a decayed, puckered sort of Sqauarepusher IDM-jazz in ‘Isuck myskin%’.