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Boomkat Product Review:
Milanese producer Luca ‘Piezo’ Mucci firms up his association with Idle Hands on this triplet of deadly system workers.
Fresh from relocating Idle Hands HQ to nearby St. Pauls, the Bristol stronghold expand their roster with the addition of Italian producer Piezo. A regular presence in the racks at Idle Hands with his crafty dubstep reductions, Piezo’s label debut fits right in alongside Kowton, Andy Mac, Om Unit and Rhythmic Theory.
The murky Opeq displays Piezo’s compositional craft, kicking out as monochromatic dub techno but morphing into luminescent eyes down house with ease. Novemiluano sounds like Beneath caught in slow motion, somehow capturing feelings of both stasis and perpetual movement the waves of thick sub bass and sliced percussion.
Closing on the title track, Piezo opts for another mood-heavy reduction, carving out a deeply-affecting steppas riddim that cuts through the backdrop of fizzing delay with the precision of a samurai.