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Boomkat Product Review:
Fully back in the mode after 5 years out, Pev chases the ‘Pulse’ EP with four tweakier modulations on a driving follow-up powered by shiny arps, piquant bleeps and weighty subs to a D&B finale
The same deep but no nonsense approach that made his early works such classics is also in robust effect here. ‘Pulse V’ sets it off on an electro-trance-techno trajectory with Oni Ayhun-esque lead melody and pendulous bass heft, beside the UK bleep techno-meets-Chicago butterfly dance of ‘Pulse VI’, and his user UK credentials are firmly staked in the massive subs and offbeat UKF groove of ‘Pulse VII’, replete with a killer melancholic motif and corkscrewing, metallic delays nodding at influence from T++. For strong measure he totally switches it up to indulge his first love, jungle and D&B, with the gnashing step and parry of ‘Pulse VII’ like a prime period Krust clashing Sully.