Boomkat Product Review:
You may remember us getting a little hot under the collar about this fella's first 10" towards the end of last year so you know we've all been waiting for this one with baited breath. Driving deeper into the world of post-garage and dub techno, this plate even manages to outstrip its predeccessor for sheer bass weight with a couple of cuts that make your head feel like it's in a pressure chamber when listened to on headphones, seriously. Sticking with the bleached aesthetic of the first 10", track '90113' uses a well considered palette of sonic weaponry, namely cavernous dub chords, tuff garage drums and a subbass movement that made us think the needle had eaten through the plate, glued together in a fashion similar to Roska's premium post-garage syncopations. Flip it for '90121' and a switch in patterns with the same meticulous attention to detail applied to forward 4/4 steppers mechanics sounding like Substance & Vainqueur if they'd come from London instead of Berlin. These are two choice cuts for any connoisseurs of dub techno, garage or dubstep and come highly recommended to fans of F, 2562, Narcossist, Alva Noto or Roska. Killer!