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Boomkat Product Review:
Tumpin’ dancefloor dramas from Osheyack, making his fully fledged debut on Shanghai’s Svbkvlt after crucial single cuts and a highlight for their killer ‘Cache 01’ compilation.
Commissioned for interactive live A/V performance between Osheyack, his visual collaborator, the late Adam Dupré (R.I.P), and the crowd at Unsound 2019, the recording of ‘Memory Hierarchy’ takes shape as a gesamtkunstwerk tying in abstract recollections of the event in Dupré’s artwork with a music that reflects the push and pull feedback cycle between artist, DJ and dancers.
Riffing on ideas about post-humanism and “fake” reality, Osheyack offers a soundtrack to raving in 2020 that reflects how the state of psychic anxiety induced by external forces of omnipresent technological oppression can be crystallised into hard dance music. ‘Liar’s Dividend’ kicks off with a hardcore dervish of militant drums and strings that resolves to a hardstyle coda, while ‘Mutual Shaping’ recoils with duelling footwork and industrial patterns, and the Orkish battle horns and drums batteries of ‘Tertiary’ and the Parc Fermé Club Mix of ’Memory Hierarchy’ dispense ruthlessly upfront neon leads and boisterous drum that link ballroom to Mahraganat, Dabke and hardcore techno with a global rave-rallying appeal.