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Boomkat Product Review:
US techno innovator Troy Pierce and Colombian A/V artist Natalia Escobar concoct late-night erotic industrial ambience inspired by Greek myth of Echo and Narcissus. OK then.
'Shatter' was made backwards, insomuch as the duo put together "a collection of shadowy, surrealist videos" before they began working on the soundtrack. The result is a midnight cadre of electro-noir: wobbly analog synths, distant half-heard beats, metallic clangs, whispered vocals and corrosive bass.
Given the experience of the two artists, it's hardly surprising how well their vision hangs together, and they've even roped in some of their friends to help out. Monochrome techno producer Konrad Black adds his suffocating atmosphere to 'Obsidian Glass' and bass pioneer dBridge pops up on the noisy 'It's A Love Story, After All'. Thick like syrup, and all the better for it.