Boomkat Product Review:
Blinding technoid fusions of flashcore and Techno at 130bpm on the surprise 7th release on Mumdance & Logos’ Different Circles label, RIYL Sleeparchive, La Peste, Shed, Chevel...
Different Circles round off two techno killers nearly 10 years since Szare’s coded conception as 220.127.116.11.5 for Horizontal Ground to reaffirm their unique position within experimental bass/techno dimensions.
Bringing a mongrel sense of Manchester dance music to the plate on both sides, Szare morph rolling big techno with deft traces of flashcore to scintillating impact on Kodiak with its searing paso doble breakdown and bleep coda best compared to Sleeparchive going in double hard with La Peste.
On the other side, Translocated figures a rugged calculation of staccato jacking UK warehouse dynamics rudely compatible with Mumdance & Logos’ FFS/BMT bangers and the wider Different Circles catalogue, but with a hypnotic, industrialized dance energy that is Szare to the core.