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Boomkat Product Review:
Cold cuts of mutant grime and dubby UK rave pressure from the Low End Activist Patrick Conway
Chasing up his Trim-starring debut in this mode (and a dozen other forays into techno and mutant bass styles), Low End Activist twysts out in six instrumentals lit up with choice MC chat and obviously heavy on the bass frequencies.
Up top he leans in like an East Man cut with the skeletal grime shifter ‘Street Level’, alongside the Filter Dread-esque angularities and gruffness of ‘Signal To Noise (Ratio)’, and its bleep ’n bass-styled sibling ‘Signal To Noise’. Down below, ‘Low End Activism’ is his scratchy 2-step calling card underlined by wide, sunken subs, and ‘Neighbourhood Nationalism’ dials into a scuzzy warehouse style recalling Scud ’n I-Sound’s Wasteland, with ‘Muzikon 90’ simmering at the end like some nutty strain of junglist gospel psychedelia.