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Boomkat Product Review:
Birmingham’s deep and rugged house producer Jayson Wynters follows his début for Mr. G’s label and the head-turning Double Standards EP with a 2nd EP for DBA delving into more experimental structures along with his patented darkside house styles.
On three of four cuts Wynters explores a sophisticated blend of vibes from NYC, Chicago, Detroit and Berlin mixed with a ruggeder UK flex, resulting something like Batu meets Kareem in the scowling synths and dark swagger of Beta (Version), or with a more roguish swingjack momentum on Into The Void, and like Ron Trent meets B12 in the lush, sub-heavy roller The Kansei Method.
However, the palpitating pressure of One Hundred N Forty is the one for us, reminding of some classic Chain Reaction reshuffled by The Detroit Escalator Company, or something.