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Boomkat Product Review:
Cubist 8-bit dancehall bubblers and broken techno bangers from Dublin’s David Kitt (New Jackson) and Gareth Smyth (Lumigraph) testing new strains of gyrating chromatic badness for Max D’s Future Times
Chasing up their zinging 2018 debut album ’Dull Clunk’ and a standout on FT’s ‘FIGS’ comp with ‘Don Bongo’, the duo’s first shot of 2020 trades in wickedly animated old skool computer techno trax that land somewhere between Novo Line, Juan Atkins, Low Jack and Cylob to our ears.
If you’re going to pick the name and grammatical spelling of “Garies” you better back it up with some jaw-worthy action, and we can affirm they got us grinding with the sloshing bogle of ‘Emergency Tenner’ and the kaotic Detroit harmonies of ‘What A Room’, while the shadow-boxing drums and sour fiddle of ‘In Bits’ goes off, head-down and swanging in the corner, and ’Not That It Matters’ ties us up in sexy knots like some Mandy-spanked Novo Line in his frisky Brazilian mood/mode making crazed ravey coitus with two Amigas.