Boomkat Product Review:
Dark Matters give STL room to roam free with two durational house and dub pieces plus a contemplative downbeat.
In temporal declension, he starts out widescreen and gaseous for the first half of No More Words, all clogged filter fuzz and melted subs, before loping on the offbeat in his typical dub-house swagger for the 2nd half. Maybe too deep for the club but canny at home?
On Smooth Selector he equally takes all the time needs for ten minutes of lagging bass bumps and claggy atmospheres recalling one of Rhythm & Sound’s slow-motion specials, before NWAQ-style keys and twinkle out of the mix along with chords that place it closer to Moritz Von Oswald and Juan Atkins’ Borderland output, and he lets the sediment/sentiments settle in the Detroit hip hop downstroke of Out Of The One.
Always got time for this guy and sound.