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Boomkat Product Review:
Marcus Intalex a.k.a. Trevino dons his checkered pants and visor for a golf-themed debut album of deep, rolling, and melodic techno-house on his Birdie (geddit?) label.
Five years and 13 x 12”s into this alias, Trevino has established a distinctive blend of rolling, liquid D&B dynamics, Detroit pressure systems and sleek nEuropean techniques hovering between 120 - 130bpm for the likes of 3024, Klockworks and The Nothing Special.
Front is perhaps the project’s definitive statement, rolling from Derrick May-styled techno in Black Cat thru to ruggeder electro-house with The Hop to phasing, flanging ambient wormholes in Solitude and deep techno recalling fellow Burnley ‘ardcore rogue MLZ in Elements.