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Boomkat Product Review:
One of Bristol's most interesting artists returns with an ace, oddly organic 2nd album for Tri Angle. 'Punish Honey' cements Vessel's unique position in modern electronica, not least as the first artist bestowed the honour of a 2nd full length on Tri Angle, but also due to his kink for a queered, oxidised alloy of organic and electronic tone, texture and timbre. In it, he uses electro-acoustic/concrète techniques and process to embody a unique voice and character, rather than towards any academic purposes. Employing sheet metal as percussion and sawn-off bicycles as flutes, he arrives at a roiling, kneading mixture of glam rock and industrial rhythms factored with traces of the coruscating noise and the sort of arcane harmony he's built his name on, all delivered with a compelling, see-sawing accent. Setting the spatial dimensions with the open-mic'd drums and jackhammer shock of 'Febrile', the session becomes increasingly tangled and mucky, from the swaggering, pitch-bent glam anthem 'Red Sex' thru the infected bliss of 'Drowned In Water and Light', to a discordant Industrial lurch in 'Euoi' and the sea-shanty stomp of 'Anima'; bringing us to ritualist polyphony in 'Black Leaves and Broken Branches', and the juddering techno mania of 'DPM'.