Boomkat Product Review:
Chevel steps from his Different Circles LP back into his Enklav. to explore deep ambient techno frameworks with ’In A Rush And Mercurial’
The sound here emphasises texture and tone rather than the skeletal rhythms of his preceding album, Always Yours, a silty flux of chaotic ambient dynamic and steadier, yet offset rhythms and stabs nodding to electro as much as weightless grime.
We advise checking out the proprioceptive chicanery of Another Dimension for something like a gentler take on The Sprawl, or Mercurial for a rugged sound compatible with your Night Slugs bangers, or the frothing arps of Polyphonic Love and the pop inception of Always Yours Amended for much sweeter examples of Chevel working with melodic arrangements.