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Boomkat Product Review:
Swaggering, cocksure debut album of ruff 'n ready tech-house by Detroit-via-Berlin producer, Kris Wadsworth. Producing for some ten years, and releasing on labels such as Hypercolour and Morris / Audio since 2008, Wadsworth has earned reputation as purveyor of gritty, uncompromised house with a fine-tuned motor city edge. 'Life and Death', like the title, is serious but playful, making wry comment on his fringe position in the US music scene, and pointed comments on the proliferation of doyles within the European circuit. Sonically, it's a muscular, coherent suite of seven club grooves well paced between the acidic jacker 'Definition Of'; the horny thump of 'Girl Talk'; an electroid ace 'Ivory 313' with Jimmy Edgar; and the badboy Detroit slow/fast bounce of '666'; all linked by some cool skits and even experiments with D&B on 'The Boring People'.