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Boomkat Product Review:
Sheela Rahman a.k.a. Xosar relinquishes her first LP of hypnotic analog techno to Black Opal.
Well versed in analog hardware craft, Xosar is responsible for a string of acclaimed 12"s on Crème Organization, Rush Hour and L.I.E.S. over the last three years. 'Let Go' is her most substantial offering to date, presenting seven cuts of faded house and psychedelic techno according to a mystic agenda. They could be underground classics in an alternate uchronia where they didn't get digital until much later in their species' evolution, leaving this notional race raving to future primitive drum machines patterns like the alien Chicago thunder of 'The Pit' or mirroring Millsian techno mystery in 'Sail 2 Elderon', while 'Prophylaxis' spins off axis into broken techno functions and 'Hades Gate' opens a mind-swallowing psy-trance wormhole. Excellent artwork by John Powell-Jones, too.