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Boomkat Product Review:
After leaving us hanging since his F.X.H.E. 12”s, Detroit’s John F.M. stretches out on Trilogy Tapes with two deeeep, head-swimming house trips.
On Ricochet he takes the opportunity to really go out there with two minutes of cubist bleep jazz then joined by a reverse-edited kick that carries the track thru ten minutes of expressive chords and latinate percussive inflections.
…And Then Leave is more direct, stepping in with early ‘90s rave phrasing alloyed to roving tribal drums like some earthier take on early Kevin Saunderson, or a Gary’d up Carl Craig.