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Boomkat Product Review:
Personally, I'm more than happy if a compilations running theme is its high quality rather than a specific genre fix and was therefore pleased as punch on hearing the Consumers Label's return to the fray after a two year sabbatical with 'Hazardous Material'; a collection of tracks that are anything but. Containing new and remixed material from the likes of Alder and Elius (remixed by Skam / Scsi artist Made), Del Rey, Salvo Beta, Tstewart (aka Machine Drum), Cepia, Single Minded Pros and Stunt Rock, the Chicago based label operates an admirably open door policy where no-one is likely to get turned away for wearing trainers. Kicking things off is Innerstance.Beatbox with 'Helium Disco', a signature flouting hunk of Quasimoto style hip-hop delivered with a grin by Milwaukee's Jason Todd that is immediately juxtaposed by the following Atom Heart remix of Detalles' 'Solm' which sounds very much like a micro-sound re-reading of Depeche Mode's 'People are People'. Continuing down a genre promiscuous avenue is the smile inducing post rock of Del Rey on 'There Is Some X Such That X Loves', Tejada style beats on Miles Tilmann's String Theory remix and Dr Octagon aping paranoia-hop on Single Minded Pros' 'Wanting People To Listen'. Elsewhere we are treated to Gameboy corrupted acoustica from Mark Denardo & Miles Tilman (imagine Fan Club Orchestra Japan on a Twisted Nerve tip), the IDM heavy Rephlex d'n'b of Tstewart's 'Heartful' and the binary blip-hop of Single Minded Pros feat. C-Rayz Walz, Breez Evahflowin & Juice on the Anti-Pop of 'Who's F*cking With This'. Closing with the polemical Stunt Rock and it's label baiting song title (you'll have to buy it to find out...), Hazardous Materials is a risk we implore you to take.