Boomkat Product Review:
Frayed, nutty, polyrhythmic techno from Ayln, following fine outings on Nous compilations with their fully fledged and distinguished debut 12”
Working at the brink of dancefloor madness, Ayla’s ‘Rehtom’ reveals a restless mind at work churning broken techno patterns into clattering funk in five variations on a psychotomimetic theme.
Up top we suspect ‘Eivissa’ swings out with rugged subs and plangent vamps in cacophonous, underwater dynamic that make us think the title is sardonically ironic, while ‘Victim’ and ‘Rehtom’ knead out a industrialised electro-techno-dancehall mutations recalling Iueke’s shot for Low Jack’s Les Disque De La Bretagne.
Downtown they recoil the busy funk ricochets and sloshing movement of ‘Digital Memories’ on a vintage Gescom bent, and ‘Impulsive Sheit’ returns to a sort of electro IDM compatible with Objekt and Hiro Kone X Drew McDowell styles.