Boomkat Product Review:
A couple of weeks on from the mighty twelve from Dave Huismans under the "A Made Up Sound" moniker and this gifted producer is back with another transmission for Tectonic under the 2562 moniker. Once again this is just utterly next-level business, a lack of stylistic restrictions allowing this producer to concentrate on his unfathomable sound-palette and construction technique - ending up with a hybrid variation of Dubstep that's infinitely more interesting than almost all of what passes for BASS music these days. Huismans' love of Breaks is evident throughout and there's a conscious reference to 2-step templates on the immense "Kameleon", creating a kind of dubstep/techno/garage composite full of spacious dub chords that will just blow your mind played loud. "Channel One" on the flip is equally impressive, a plastic synth running the show alongside clipped, dusty breaks and effervescent chords that make the track sound like a cross between Maurizio, Burial and something on the 2000 Black label. It really is that good - KILLER TWELVE!!!