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Boomkat Product Review:
Sam KDC syncs deep into the grey area between techno, D&B and noise in the ‘Omen’ album. Tempering his chest-bursting emosh tendencies in favour of more abstract signposts and textural expression, he also locks down to a hoofing style of drum programming with galvanising his galloping rhythms with alloy-cast kicks and hard-bitten percussion.
The sound is ascetic to a T, shorn of melody or soft edges and delivered with blank-eyed, bruising blows in fathomless space with the likes of ‘False Awakening’, the hydraulic pump of ‘Trial By Fire’, and the stiff churn of ‘Into The Ground’, before ‘the gnashing breaks of ‘Coup De Grace’ remind of the artist’s D&B provenance, and then it’s back to the nasty stuff with a salty alacrity in the meat-beating ‘Eye for an Eye’, the bone-rattling flow of ‘Lead Me Into Temptation’, and the wall of noise finale ‘Omen Rising.’