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Boomkat Product Review:
Danse Noire introduce Portugal’s Random Gods with a debut EP imagining “a post-apocalyptic future without the internet, where information is being gathered, and regathered, through fragmented data.”
Through three original projections and a crankier, schizoid Vaghe Stelle remix, that world takes shape as a series of amorphous techno rituals encompassing blunted traces of worldly rhythm and iridescent tonal scales, melting from the layered groove and swirling ambience of Malsano into a quagmire of molten bass and beatdown groove emitting choral electro-acoustic fumes with Jabuka, and a toiling, miasmic piece of dread dubstep and folk melody recalling Gantz productions in Milito.
That last piece is given to Vaghe Stelle for remix, returning as a labyrinthine arrangement of triplet techno, hiccuping synth voices and knackered drill trills anchored in head-swallowing darkside bass.