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Boomkat Product Review:
Parrish Smith demonstrates his uniquely freakish take on EBM, industrial and power electronics laced with outernational references for Dekmantal’s UFO series
In pursuit of a uchronic sound that defies time and place, Smith follows the might of his Virgin Of The World début and the Esplendor 12” for L.I.E.S., he ploughs four unique paths between industrial pop, psychedelia and gnashing EBM on this, his 3rd EP to date.
A-side dispenses the damn strange industrial R&B psychedelia of the title track, featuring autotuned vox in the mix with lysergic electric guitar on a grindin’ downstroke, before flashing his EBM fangs with the churning force of Mute neatly offset by a dull-eyed robotic nursery rhythm.
B-side, he beckons to the darkroom abyss with a heaving monster built from buzzing lead synth and lurching drums on Fall Into Sin, while the barking Skins sounds like a Nitzer Ebb pounder on 33rpm +8.