Boomkat Product Review:
Via waves of unremitting subbass, Infrasonics have just rearranged our internal organs with the 3rd 10" on the label courtesy of Spatial. It's going to be blindingly obvious to anyone following this end of the techy bass pool that both tracks sound remarkably alike Untold's recent productions, which is about as much praise as we can give anyone right now. On '90729' he achieves that overwhelming bass presence that made the 'It's Gonna Work Out Fine' EP so powerfully addictive, creating the sort of subliminally sexy bass tones that are just a rare commodity in this scene. Add this to the strafing rave tones and sticky electro percussion and you've got one of the deadliest grooves we've heard all year. On the flip '90807' takes cues from the lean and hungry eski-riddims of Wiley, creating that dynamic feeling of sparse tension as Bok Bok, Untold or Sully productions with rhythms that twitch and flicker with a refined menace, enforced by the impending dread sub-drone. This is the sort of record you just need in your life - buy on sight!!!