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Boomkat Product Review:
Restless drums and iridescent electronics in flux from congo tekno to footwork and singeli-esque styles, from London’s Sangre Voss and International Extraterrestrial label.
A regular at their home city’s Co-Select events, Sangre Voss brings a clear club thrust to his deft dance music in ‘Kokon’, a fine progression from turns with Third Place Records and Control Freak in recent years.
DJs and dancers will get theirs between a title tune that sounds like 33EMYBW dicing with DJ Plead, and some manic insectoid hyperfunk on ‘>Two M’, swerving between the spring heel single trot of ‘Schlep’, crafty Rian Treanor-like post-footwork functions in ‘Du Uh He Hu Ha’, and pendulous, splashy ‘90s hip hop breaks inna Major Force West vein on ‘Forever Ubleh’.