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Boomkat Product Review:
The Hyperdub capo and his dread spar at their best on 'Killing Season' - their first joint release since 2011's 'Otherman'.
It reveals The Space Ape at his most honest, lyrically and aesthetically, with sparing use of effects and pitching sharpening his position over whipsmart drill snares and depth charge subs in 'Chasing A Beast', or eerily panned and centred around the coil groove and drones of 'Devil Is A Liar'.
In 'Heart' he's heard lucid amidst recursive echoes and skittish hi-hat patter, whilst the beatless 'Pictures On The Wall' could almost be one of Lee Gamble's junglist diversions, but we reckon the combo of concrète mise-en-scene - sirens, heart monitors, lighters, wind - and dread poetry in 'Autumn Has Come' will be one of the duo's most enduring creations.