Boomkat Product Review:
Visionary prog-hop escapades from Spanish beat manager Mwëslee. We were suitably impressed with his odd offerings for All City's 7" series and the original 'Beat Dimensions' compilation but since then his output has been slow to say the least. That may account for the glut of ideas bursting out of 'Eurocarne' as he deftly combines elements of wonked R'n'B with hi-end electronic experimentalism and an almost avant-jazz sensibility across six tracks. For a starters we get the bagpipes, Reese bass and almost math-rock percussion of the title track sounding like Hud Mo rubbing off Pivot, before we settle into the 4th dimensional Prince styles of 'Nova Olimpia' and polish off the A-side with a miniature modern baroque twyst in 'Variations pour CX Pallas'. Meanwhile on the flip we roll with a stooped atsro-hop lean on 'Pacifico' and get caught in the hyperprismic shapes of Far Loop Era'. Fans of Rustie, Dorian Concept or Dimlite should check this without fail! Oh, and there's even an Obi-strip for the ultra-geeks (you know who you are)!