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Boomkat Product Review:
Hardcore jungle, electro and gnashing breakcore from Berlin dynamo Aquarian
A decade since their debut landed on UNO amid notable early works by Arca and Fatma Al Qadiri, Aquarian has come to firm up their sound as an aggressive, emotive fusion of late ‘90s and early ‘00s club styles galvanised with sheer upfront production.
‘Mutations I: Death, Taxes & Hanger’ is their follow-up to 2020’s debut album ‘The Snake That gets Itself’ and follows deeper into the ouroboros-like feedback loop between ‘90s and now with the soaring, then raggo D&B pressure of the title tune, plus a trancey breaks stepper ‘Rene Likes The Steak’, and the warped electro of ‘Sam Handwich’, before expending energy reserves in the tense, nervy breakcore crankiness ‘Dead Whale’.