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Boomkat Product Review:
Scowling throwdown from Overlook, making his 2nd lunge on UVB-76 this year with four tracks of petrifying sound design and squashed, grey area rolige
Working shades away from his recently minted Carrier duo with Positive Centre, the ‘Public Image EP’ finds Overlook moving away from D&B structures to a more smudged no-person’s-land at the juncture of techno, noise and darkside dance music.
‘Déjà Vu’ gets U in the mood with a bone marrow-freezing descent into cavernous space inhabited by swarming nanobots, before the session gets underway properly with the trampling flow and keening drones of ‘There Was Truth and There Was Untruth’ building to a fierce head of pressure that carries into the rip current techno of ‘The Totem That Guides Us’, before he attempts to drown the senses with water-boarded rhythms that withhold the restraint and flood forth like a stampede of metal-hooved stallions by the end of ‘Public Image’.