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Boomkat Product Review:
Wayward techno deviations from London’s Lawson Benn, committing to vinyl three tracks from his debut beat tape, First One (2014), backed with Best Available Technology and Moiré remixes.
Whilst his NTS show is known to roll from classic jungle, D&B to freshest electronics, the Heat Your Room for Eight pence Per Day They Said EP is perhaps best defined by its murky, outta space-and-time fidelity, hitting a curious spot between the eyes of footwork and concrète-grained sound design with WBD, whereas Blunted seems to feel out a sort of bouncing, swaying East African rhythm with a glitchy blade, and for good measure, Earls Network sees him drift off on a whimsical ambient trajectory.
Remixing, Moiré evens WBD out for DJ and club use, whereas BAT does his level best to literally turn Blunted into a squirming nub of itself in three slompy and progressively ruined version.