Boomkat Product Review:
The techno duo dilate their sound with arresting results on debut album, 'Ghost Systems Rave'. Far from a bunch of pure club tools, it renders their sound to the fringes of experimental techno, albeit with an acutely functional edge. Rather than swamping everything in distortion, they work with a palette of digitally f**ked sonics applied to endlessly morphing patterns across the tempo scale, from knackered Andy Stott style metallic sludge of '(9600) 1991 UB' to the scintillating breakbeat rave of 'Future 1', veering into bruised and roiling churn on 'Uiqwenmokdan' and tripping cyberdelic in the abstract zones of 'Skeleton Island' or the crushing sci-fi atmospheres of 'Future 2'. It's gotta be one of the best albums to emerge from the new techno quadrant. RIYL Blawan, Happa, Zeitgeber, Untold.