Boomkat Product Review:
Bokeh Versions finds Equiknoxx and Modern Love soundman daggering with crampons in Glacial Dancehall II, following Jay Glass Dubs’ lead with a side each of ruggedly slow, warped riddims and noise.
Coming after a busy year of releases for Modern Love and his Editions Gravats label, Paris-based Low Jack flips classic and lesser-known Jamaican riddims in his own, acidic style for 30 minutes of screwed ‘90s bashment, diffused steppers and duppied electronics that rudely smudge the divide between edit, remix and version.
Time Cow’s B-side wickedly follows suit with a more frayed, freakier adjunct to his Equiknoxx output alongside Gavsborg for Swing Ting and DDS, coughing up five loosely sprawling pieces that push dancehall into abstract, electroid terrain between the grungy slam of Yellow and Purple Equals Yurple, and the echo chamber collapse of How They Clap In North Korea.
No doubt this will sellout in a flash. Run come get it!