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Boomkat Product Review:
Terrence Dixon in deadly Population One mode with remixes of his early classic Hippnotic Culture, a deeply avant techno session released by Utensil Records in 1995, retweaked for Rush Hour in 2017 - including the Rush Hour cut which inspired the Dutch titan’s moniker.
That cut sparks the set off with a mind-bending cascade of polychromatic harmonic chaos harnessed to powerful kicks, while Warped is tweaked with more 3D geometrics, and Cosmic Drill is given a slippery, iridescent new chassis. Lovechild slips down the nervous system like sonic GHB oils, and the frozen, isolated tones of Lost In Space nails that feeling with unmistakable effect.
Nobody does it quite like this guy. A must check for any followers of forward electronic music.