Boomkat Product Review:
Fiercely bass-heavy club pressure volleyed in from USA’s Distal for the good of your glutes.
On Psychologic he’s got that grasp of layered, booming bottom end that Black-rooted American music does better than most firmly on lockdown. It’s there and present under the sparking chops and hazy chords of Psychomagic in an Adobe Home on a warped B-more bounce, whereas Icy 92 goes innnnn on a cowbell-struck Chicago booty slap, and Bullets Through Water deploys it at a frenetic footwork pace.
However the last two are also notable for a finer balance of high end registers, squirting an acidic, chromatic rainbow of pads over the crudely rugged bass jabs of Red Pill Jam, and Above Nimbus polishes off properly with a hybrid, hardcore rave mutation splicing classic vocal stabs with radioactive midrange flares and razor trap beat.