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Boomkat Product Review:
This distended EP of erratic computer acid and malfunctioning beats marks a triumphant return by Skam favourites Team Doyobi. The scattershot arrhythmia of 'Orch 5.4' immediately plunges you into the duo's singular paradoxically hyper-technical 8-bit universe, laced with crushing pixellated percussion and the kind of fuzzed-up heaviness that's usually reserved for Team Doyobi live sets. The tone of this blistering opener continues over into 'Plastic Vampires', which stutters aggressively like some proto-hip hop videogame soundtrack from the '80s. As the EP continues you start hearing more and more melodic elements, seemingly wrenched from the overheated soundchips of an overheated C64. The furious melange that is 'Skylight Red Omega' offers another demonstration of the complexity and meticulously crafted detail these two put into their productions - all while maintaining an aggressive, borderline psychedelic low bitrate aesthetic. A real sensorial barrage from beginning to end.