Boomkat Product Review:
Kowton gets back into the swing of it on first new material since his debut album, Utility , for Peverelist’s Livity Sound.
We’re all over the soundboy-burying bogle of Pea Soup, where he flips a haunting lick of Remarc’s R.I.P. (or even the original sample?) into a murky grind of swivelling subs and plasmic dubbing that pretty much defies any other description than Kowton own sound.
Iodine on the other hand, at first glance appears to be a straight playing dub techno chord rider, but once you dance to it or mix with it you find all kind of strange details and quirks screwed into its skanking, stepping chassis.