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Boomkat Product Review:
Ruffneck D&B modernism from The Untouchables, Ancestral Voices & Presha, Last Life, and Antagonist on the 1st of three Samurai Hannya volumes. Taking its title and thematic cues from the mythical masks of Japanese Noh theatre, the artists each enact their own form of darkside D&B dramaturgy with mutual conclusions.
Belgian duo The Untouchables kick off with a late Source Direct-skooled play of pressurised breakbeat shrapnel and engulfed by massive, charred subs, before Liam Indigo’s Ancestral Voices teams with head Samurai Geoff Presha top harness the seething halfstep noise of ‘Niflheim.’
Italy’s Last Life lashes massive Dutch kicks to skeletal hardstep in ‘Rotterdam’, sounding like Cerberus shaking off a dagnut, and Manchester’s Antagonist draws on the city’s dark warehouse heritage for the cold rolige of ‘Ministry.’