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Boomkat Product Review:
Revolving around hot-wired sluggers, Melvin Oliphant III (Traxx), Beau Wanzer and Jason Letkiewicz, Mutant Beat Dance turn out a monstrous debut album packing 25 tracks of zig-zagging, raw electronic blatz for the dancefloor and beyond.
Including more gear than you can shake three sticks at, the MBM posse make up for lost time since their ‘PolyfonikDizko’  outing by throwing some of their strongest gear into the pot and stirring it good and proper for those dancers and DJs who prefer buffets over fine dining. That’s not to say this all ain’t tasty AF, but there is a f***ck tonne of it.
We could be here all day playing favourites, but there are some obvious numbers to highlight and give taste of the breadth of styles on offer. Most unexpectedly, the trippy recursions of ‘From Another Source’ come off like a cyberpunk take on Torsten Pröfrock’s Traktor aces, Funk Groove (skit) sounds like a killer reworking of Prince's Erotic City while ‘Revival 80s’ trades in killer proto-Drexciyan vibes; ‘Midi’ offers proper, scowling darkwave pressure. For the sickest sequencer tweaks, check out the ruddy swerve of ‘Uncanny Ignorance’, and try not to buckle in the psychoactive recursions of ‘The Fear of Future and Euphoria’ or spin your limbs off in the razorblade whirling arps and scissoring rhythms of ‘No Ambition’.