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Boomkat Product Review:
Scots techno hooligans on the lash for Speedy J’s Electric Deluxe with a powerful 2nd album arriving at the heels of 12”s and tapes for Turbo and Opal Tapes.
The pairing of Callum McLeod and Liam Robertson make no bones about their deadly intentions via the title and thunderous force of HTIS: Heaven-Sent Tenno Impakting Dancefloors, or Hardcore Til I Die; ripping out eight stripes of brvtally stripped and nerve-gnawing dance music drawing from the ruggedest components of techno, breakbeat hardcore and industrial noise.
Marking a subtly faithful steeling of the styles first concentrated in their Ghost Systems Rave  album and early 12”s, the production is notably more clenched and scathing here, recalling contemporary Surgeon productions in the juggernaut momentum of Base Damage at the front, before dragging listeners by the scruff of the neck thru recoiling, Shed-like ‘ardcore breakbeats in Fallout and Floatation Device, then wrenching out screeching torque in Knuckles Heavy Vanguard and granite cut trudge with Panosonics, and manifesting their most turbulent bassline energies in the tarry churn of Quest Posse Wanted and Rush In 2 Orbit (Skinnergate)’s rollicking hydraulics.