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Boomkat Product Review:
Six years after his Gobstopper debut "Urban Myth", Iglew returns with a generous set of pristine, rhythmically wounded club oddities. Think Batu's next-level dancefloor warpers, Dark0's videogame OST-inspired bass excursions or Gila's R&B and trap-inspired workouts.
A jumble of club-adjacent sounds lashed together by Iglew's hi-def production prowess, "Light Armour" is a welcome return for the Boxed affiliate. Lengthy opener 'Caffeine Dream' is the best of the bunch, a bonafide tool that swerves basic dancefloor dullness, instead hitting on a dancehall-via-Timedance seam that sounds truly mind-expanding.
The title track nudges on more familiar Boxed territory, sounding as if The-Dream was writing weightless productions for DAWN. 'Microfunk Lament' takes another left turn, dissolving subtle synth funk into a slow-moving pulse that's not a million miles from DJ Python's deeper-than-deep vibe controllers. Good stuff.