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Boomkat Product Review:
Posh Isolation pull in some of Scandinavia’s deepest, romantic techno dreamers to touch-up Sand Circles’ Motor City gem for NNF from a few years back.
The result is one of the label’s best releases, bar none. Abdullah Rashim strays well away from his usual, pounding meters and into willowing, Gas-like dimensions with a wistfully beat-less take on Motor City, whilst Age Coin’s Simon Formann a.k.a. Yen Towers heavily impresses with a gravelly, boomin’ version of Endless Nights that splits the dread difference between earliest Shackleton and Modern Love’s G.H.
No slipping on the B-side either; Frida-Li Lövgren a.k.a. Quiltland follows that gorgeous album in 2014 with a soaring, gut-slugging slow trance overhaul of Motor City, and 1991 takes all the time he needs to stretch out and dissolve into the distance of Innercity Haze.