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Boomkat Product Review:
Militant grime/techno hybrids from London’s East Man (Anthoney J Hart, Basic Rhythm, Imaginary Forces) and Manchester-based Walton
Cut a side per piece for optimal punch and crack, both tunes find Walton and East Man as natural collaborators with a shared, ascetic aesthetic and taste for the most stripped down, bony drum trax.
‘Horse Mouth’ hits first and hardest with rail gunning percussion and classic Jamaican chat paying tribute to the eponymous drummer and star of ‘Rockers’ in tuff deco dance style comparable to Logos & Mumdance or Szare productions. ‘Gunshot’ steps out into more spacious, noirish halfstep vibes on the back, casually spraying claps and grime radio spit over red-lining and wickedly distorted subs.