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Boomkat Product Review:
Composer and GRM member Alexandre Bazin flexes his electro muscle on "Four Steps", offering up a four dancefloor cuts that have more in common with Drexciya, Deepchord and Carl Craig, than with Bernard Parmegiani and Luc Ferrari.
Bazin has flirted with dancefloor sounds before in the past, but never so forcefully as on "Four Steps". Here the atmospheric experimental elements that made up records like "Sun Dog Trail", and last year's "Concorde" are pushed into the back seat to allow electro, house and dub sounds pride of place.
'Four Steps I' sounds informed by Drexciya and Dopplereffekt, with wobbling sub-aquatic low-end, saw wave synths and a stepped TR-808 beat. Bazin lets a sleazier sound take hold on the housey 'Four Steps II', but doesn't stay in the spotlight for too long, skating between crunchy industrial percussion and dubbed-out synths on 'Four Steps III', before drifting into eerie Raster-Noton inspired minimalism on 'Four Steps IV'.