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Boomkat Product Review:
Already established as one of D&B's yung hopes, Clarity cements his status with debut album, 'Infinite'. Since 2012 he's been a noted presence via releases for Exit Recordings, Horizons Music, Nu-Directions, and most recently Samurai Music, whose fwd family provide focussed context for his precision-tooled blend of minimal D&B, techno, dubstep and ambient tropes. Stepping up to the album format, he elevates and expands his sound, exploring a wider range of BPMs and rhythm structures with clinical execution. His D&B peer Skeptical appears on the super tight, 'Warhead'-like tribal minimalism of 'Segment', and Indigo helps shape the cavernous cyber-steppers space of 'Cyclone', and Ena assists in the fractured step of 'Subterrane', but arguably the best bits are Clarity solo, as with the belly-tightening sub-bass torsion of 'Reflex', the rolling techno gloom of 'Kaitan' or stumbling FIS-style drums of 'Malformation'. RIYL proper, fresh D&B.