Boomkat Product Review:
Straight-up, double deep club pressure from Pépe Bradock, following up his superb recent LP with a return to the centre of the ‘floor
Built for long, immersive sessions and DJs who like to lather it up in the mix, both sides see the French producer really stretch his legs. Up top, he enacts deeply dubbed out house voodoo with the powerful, M5-like subbass ballast of ‘Peeped Booths’ supporting a swirling display of range-finding chords, windswept claps and psychedelic electronic glitches that could easily go on twice the length and we’d never get bored.
On the B-side, ‘Klezmorim Telepathique’ sees him tweak the filter envelopes on a strident sort of disco groove layered up with acid klezmer licks in a way reminding reminding of those Acid Arab grooves and vintage Turkish psychedelia.