Boomkat Product Review:
General Ludd, a.k.a. Dam Mantle, freaks the beat for his Glasgow brethren at Rubadub in four different ways.
First move, Fourth Wall works some acidic reggaeton bounce, and Run, Don’t Play Dead ramps up the energy levels to quickened techno tango pecked with whoops and mad, scuffed electronics.
Down under, Cunningham Shame spars with dry claps and chromatic stabs like a more stable, sub-heavy version of Mark Fell and Gábor Lázár’s collaborative album, and Open Back of the Meat Van twists on recoiling subs and skittish Linn drums like some impish Prince dub.