Boomkat Product Review:
The square root of hip hop, industrial and electronica, Jack Dangers a.k.a. Meat Beat Manifesto furnishes Skam's 2nd Kasm drop. As a major influence on the label's hybrid hip hop and techno aesthetics, MBM makes a logical inclusion in the series, following James Ruskin and Mark Broom's outing as The Fear Ratio with four cuts of skudgy, eldtrich acid and hip hop. Up top, he extrudes the malleable acid quirks and thrumming EBM bass of 'Nocebo' beside the pulsing, crepuscular house minimalism of 'Lurker'. Flipside, he unfurls the slippery acid dream sequence of 'Present For Sally', and clocks out with a classic Skam hip hop sound in the chiming BoC-like tone of 'Agelast'.