Boomkat Product Review:
'Reith Trax' revolves around eight Rephlexian electro aces made by EDMX on a farm in Austria, summer 2012. The idyllic setting sparked his imagination via an Akai MPC sampler and "a very old and opaque synthesiser module called TX81Z" to craft some of his sweetest gear in years. There's a proper old skool (well, '90s at least) electronica sensibility at play, from the swaying melodies of 'Hammock Yard' to the manic funk of 'Kitchen Bench', delivering dancefloor potential in the bloopy acid house swagger of 'Guest House' or the dark 'n crunchy electro of 'Trees Are Dancing' parts 1 & 2, alongside damn cute little pastoral sketches such as 'Rain Catcher' and odd synthetic fauna wriggling round in 'Wood Pile'. Top!