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Boomkat Product Review:
Bristol’s Low End Activist mounts a debut album of mutant grime stacked with guest vox by Mez, Killa P, Cadence Weapon
Arriving five years square since his debut as Low End Activist, the artist also known as Pat Ca$h and Palmbomen, Patrick Conway bares his grime teeth across 15 coldly angular and steely constructions akin to the likes of Wen, Walton, Filter Dread or Basic Rhythm. The vocal cuts are standouts, matching the mad cadence of up-and-comer Mez on the warped contours of ‘Mercenary’, and a more hunched Emz on the icy grime 2-step of ‘Get Get’, while Killa P lends a bashy lean to the tension of ‘DFRNT STYLE’.
The rest of the album is structured with a subtle narrative flow ripe for headphone skulks, nailing a sort of pirate radio fantasy sound between the ghosted transmission of ‘Parity’, the brittle sublow styles of the title tune and ‘Signal To Noise’, and thru atmospheric pieces such as ‘Cold’, to check killer bare bones dancehall in ‘Bodysnatchers’ and the brooding curtain closer ‘Wild Roses’.