Boomkat Product Review:
Oh yes, this is hot. Remember that anonymous twelve Skam released a couple of years back? You know, that fierce mashup of intricate electronics and a twisted acid mentality? Well, here's the follow-up for you, the return of these faceless operators for what promises to be an impeccable imprint judging by the first three releases made available to us this week. The production here is just utterly devastating, a squashed assembly of tight percussion and low undercurrents of mood and menacing melody, perfectly embodied by A-Side opener "Jinn", tumbling into a freefall of Gescom-ised beats and eerie soundtracking - totaly fierce. "Gwane Mone" on the flip sounds like its operating in two time signatures at once - on the one hand a black vision of industrial decline in slow motion, on the other a percussive blitzkrieg that shows no mercy - utterly sick material. Immense twelve - 4 tracks wide - essential purchase!