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Boomkat Product Review:
Insistent rhythm trax from Kopy on Stefan Schneider’s TAL, reinforced with remixes by the boss’s Harmonious Thelonious, plus Elena Colombi, and Dynamo Dreesen with SJ Tequilla
Like her half of a 2019 split with Tentenko, Kopy’s solo debut proper trades in a purely rhythmic language of tuned percussive hits deftly dubbed and harnessed in wonky syncopation. ‘Fujiko’ is the kinkier of the two, with nuff cowbell action and grubby bass jabs, whereas ‘Lok’ holds down more restless sort of dembow slosh built from raw drums and acrid electronic noise that verges on Merzbow’s avian chatter.
Harmonious Thelonious drills those drums into a hobbled canter on his remix, and Colombi adds sirens and frazzled electronics to hers in a way recalling Tolouse Low Trax grooves, while one can trust Berlin’s Dynamo Dreesen & SJ Tequilla to come with the freakier funk on their overhaul full of jumping drums and stereo-rolling madness.