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Boomkat Product Review:
Ismael debuts on Nous with a cranky, cracked batch of industrially-rooted, grimily forward club music.
Patently aware of contemporary club music’s roots and branches, Ismael weaves them together in a smart but grotty flux of styles that could really only have emerged in the swampy, temporal flatlands of 2017.
His Low Contrast kicks off with what sounds like Andy Stott heard thru a ceramic mug, before a sharp scene cut flings us into Stingray styled ghetto pneumatics with As She Walks By and DT100 rides that electro line like a clapped out Detroit muscle car that still runs if you stuff enough gas and prod her right.
The tangled modular plong and roil of Cross System opens the B-side into more abstract terrain, sorta like a lower fidelity answer to The Sprawl’s cybernetic recollections, before Shiel returns to the electro like a proper grouchy I-f joint, and the noxious streaks of Aftertalk scud off into some unknown future.