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Boomkat Product Review:
Zane Reynolds aka SFV Acid slydes onto Ekster for his 1st vinyl LP since 2014’s ‘Amber Stuff’ for UNO turned a wave of heads onto his dare-to-be different style
A fringe but key early player in the whole phase shift to weirder, off-road house around a decade ago, SFV Acid’s sound has remained a trusty, persistent cult concern ever since, working his IDM/jazz-loose, lysergic thizz at the liminal edges of club music in turns for BAKK, Post Present Medium, 100% Silk and a brilliant recent 12” for the ‘Dam’s Congee Discs.
For Belgium’s Ekster, he wraps up a super juicy collection showcasing his playfully frayed and over-microdosed style at its most colourful and dextrous, and all sealed for freshness by his own sleeve artwork. It’s a proper album in an old skool sense, toggling the tempos and vibes for a charmed narrative cadence, but there’s also a subtly virulent, unpredictable gremlin in the works that characterises his project’s surname and serves to place his sound in the flatlands of here and now, where late ‘80s FM styles modulate late ‘90s IDM into fractal mutant modernism.