Boomkat Product Review:
Killer, cusp of the ‘90s-style techno/new beat/EBM from Device Control, coughing up only his 3rd release proper after a pair of self-released 12”s on their eponymous label.
It opens with Most People which is, quite honestly, one of the best new beat/EBM tributes that we’ve heard beyond 1990 or V/Vm’s SABAM series; from the clunky chug to the minor key vocals to that nagging top line and the militant chants, this is BANG on that belgy buck.
Lexington Avenue follows, pushing into a more abstract corner of proto-techno/industrial with wickedly offset bassline, and Pit Dynamics cuts into a seam of teeth-jarring acidic dissonance, leaving Damaged to stomp itself into a Frak-shaped hole.
RIYL Novo Line, V/Vm, Frak