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Boomkat Product Review:
Cuboid acid house zingers by Tom Carruthers, pumping out six propulsive bits of Amiga torque skooled by likes of Juan Atkins, Derrick May, AGCG, 808 State, and Altern-8.
Built to bounce bodies off sweaty walls, ‘Programmed World’ hails the late ‘80s pivot around midi technology, when Amiga DAWs and Cubase software tightened up early house’s cut ’n spliced 4-track tekkerz to a shinier new push.
‘In The Night’ embraces the darkside with its room-scanning pads and clipped strut, while ‘Data Sync’ commands the jack with tangy bleeps and bullish square bass. ‘Digital World’ dials up Juan or Derrick-style Detroit inspirations with classy grasp of hi-tech funk, and ‘Factory Settings’ likewise leans to the kinkier side of 313 a la Blake Baxter. ‘On + On’ injects a bit of dafter UK gurn into the mix with its dippy leads also recalling Novo Line’s skewed return to early rave flavours, and ‘House Jam’ spanks reverse edits and stop/start grooves into a tight jakkers frenzy.