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Boomkat Product Review:
High grade rhythmic inventions from club don Max D on Dawit Eklund’s unique label, 1432 R
If Max D’s Dolo Percussion alias is an experimental - yet properly functional - testing ground for his craftiest drum programming, then the ‘Many Any’ LP is where those ideas gain musical muscle mass and really come out to play. Metrically scaled between 90bpm boogie swangers and 160bpm razz-outs, the album spurts its dancefloor juice in nine natty shots including detours into evocative field recordings alongside his inimitable, rug-cutting rhythms, all sequenced for a totally immersive vibe.
Coming at 2020 with a fresh but timeless sound, Max works up a singular spin on Juke and current East/central African styles in the hot-stepping psychedelia of ‘I Think Our Souls Are Other People’ and the frenetic, scissoring syncopation of ‘Many Any Dolo Brush’, before sweetly cooling out with the pendulous, breezy blend of Nu Jack swing and deftly jazzy chords in ‘Fly Around the Room’. Further in, he gives a sweet nod to the offset drum suss of Mark Clifford in ’Shoutout Seefeel’ on a tight, latinate pivot, before bringing the vibe closer in with the final run between his feathered stepper ‘Lullabiological’ starring Dawit Eklund on keys, and the Major Force West-like breaks of ‘Cuz It’s The Way’.