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Boomkat Product Review:
West Midlands man-machine Mark E pays tribute to his heritage with this timely, disco-toiling sophomore album. Crafted with an all-analogue palette (predecessor 'Stone Breaker' was 100% digital), 'Product of Industry' bears the unmistakable hallmark of the man who's made mid-tempo disco/house chug his speciality over the last half decade or so. Nine tracks groove with a grind and grit indigenous to the region's people and industry, using imported traces of Chicago house and industrial European disco together with locally sourced field recordings to forge a moodily tempered dancefloor alloy remarkable for its integrity and ductile strength. If we're picking favourites, the loping early SND-like minimalism of 'Egonix' is up there, along with the bouncing, brassy march of 'Persia', the handsomely poised deep house-dub of 'Being Hiding' starring lovely vocal from Quinn Luke, and filtered post-shift disco wiggler, 'Myth Of Tomorrow', but the whole thing is a must check session for fans of Axel Willner (The Field/ Hands/Loops Of Your Heart'), Cottam, or STL.