Boomkat Product Review:
La mala educación documents Spanish techno overlord Reeko dioversifying his bonds into more experimental realms whilst still keeping the ‘floor in reach, all in the vein of Avian’s hardworn aesthetic.
Vacillating rhythmic noise with proper pounders, the results are likely to offend or frighten the straighter-laced techno bods, and we can’t argue with that. From the front he comes from acres of negative space to build an elusive head of steam that never boils over in Engendrado, before grinding out a sort of latinate rhythmic nose with Carne Y Demonio and the irresistibly writhe of las Virgenes Tamnbien Juegan Con Cuchillos.
For this that need ‘em, there’s massive kicks in Habitación 877 and the hammering force of Desfile Funebre de Rosas, while El Libro Secreto de Guila catches him consolidating those driving and textural aspects in a powerfully absorbing, viscous roil.