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Boomkat Product Review:
Simon Shreeve a.k.a. Mønic plunges back in on Tresor after an ace Downwards 12” with four chokingly bass-heavy techno rollers transposing D&B values into a techno/electronica framework, abetted by a Kamikaze Space Programme rework.
There are two standout, if contrasting, moments: up top he ratchets the pressure gauge with hydraulic technique in Four Steps of Truth, yielding glowering pads and the kind of unrelenting subbass pressure that makes your nostrils flare and cavities quake in front of a good system - presumably Tresor’s own - whilst Self Doubt Is Worthless inverts that pressure into wide open space arced by wistful chords and shaky drums like some decayed B12 piece.
Point To The Sun is a neat, poignant techno stepper, and KSP joins in with a cab-rumbling remix of Morse.