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Boomkat Product Review:
Stone cold classic ‘90s Detroit techno from UR agent Suburban Knight, reissued for first time in a decade
Widely regarded a jewel in the crown of UR’s early ‘90s run, the darkside techno template of ‘Nocturbulous Behaviour’ has cast a long shadow of influence over techno for nearly 30 years. The A-side’s Infra Red Spectrum’ is a masterclass in spine-freezing, super bass-heavy techno that possibly betrays a return influence from Belgian techno, which itself took large inspiration from Suburban Knight’s early Detroit classic ‘The Art of Stalking’ (1990). The all-too-short dread techno bomb ‘Magnetic Timetable’ follows on the A-side, backed with another all-time UR M.V.P. in ‘Nocurbulous’, with its bulldozer bass drop and totally haunting, sleepwalker synth lead brought to life in-the-mix by the Ultimate Survivor (a.k.a. Mad Mike) “Somewhere in Detroit”.