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Boomkat Product Review:
Mick Harris (Scorn, Quoit, Napalm Death) returns to his Fret alias for the first time in over 20 years with a beastly payload of broken rhythms and bass turbulence for Karl Records (Zeitkratzer, etc).
Picking up where the sole Fret 12” for Downwards sublabel, Resonance, left us in 1995, Over Depth wrests 10 tracks of face and body twisting techno from the coal face of The Lads Old Room studio in Birmingham.
As Harris was strangely ‘gone fishing’ during a whole decade of dubstep/breakstep basin antics, it’s good to hear him broaching the realm of 125-140bpm bass and techno mutation, working the crushing impact of his Quoit and Scorn gear into lurching industrial onslaughts such as the hellish Meadow Taken Back and the cavernous half steppers Murderous Weight and L030, whilst Stuck In The Track at Salford Priors sounds like Quoit or Current Value on 33 not 45, and No Rain yields some of the album’s most minimal, sinewy torque with infectious swerve and bite.