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Boomkat Product Review:
UK electro-techno-breaks veteran Neil Landstrumm trims his sound to a chunky South London swagger for Loefah’s label
Jack of all club trades, working under myriad monikers since the early ‘90s, his first full record as simply Landstrumm signifies a distillation and focus of his sound on booming 808s and wonky synths in step with Swamp 81’s signature sound. Most explicitly it taps into a strain of Loefah’s interests in ‘80s electro that have marked his work since ‘Yours’ in 2007, and has clearly informed Swamp’s taste for stripped back machine swag ever since.
‘Minimoo’ ties his fat laces electro-funky with chromed out synth vamps and rap vox, while his wonky flex oozes out in the squashed P-Funk and thrumming subs of ‘Aintgotnojob’. ‘Loveya’ locks it back to heaviest Mantronix boom and vocoder, next to its more glamorous Miami-styled variant ‘Luvya’, and ‘Spiral’ gets freakier with it, whipping cosmic trills and sci-fi FX in crooked drunken master B-Boy style.