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Boomkat Product Review:
Red Axes’ Niv Arzi adopts the Nic Arizona alias for a full set of desert drug chug and sand-trampling rave
As prefaced by the album’s highlight of scuffed breaks and strobing vocals ‘Floating The Flood’ (and its ace Lena Willikens remix), Nic Arizona’s sound hews to slower tempos and swaggering grooves that parallel his Red Axes workouts, but with a druggier psychedelic sidespin and narrative structure.
‘Chapter Aleph (Malibu Storm)’ locates the sound in the shadows of Death In Vegas, and it continues to trot off into night via the trundling breaks of ‘Akulaton’ and the acidic mirage of ‘The Leap (Im Into Teleporting)’, before pivoting around the ‘Floating The Flood’ into gibber-jawed vox and thrumming slo-mo disco on ‘Rules From’, ultimately ending up in the haze of ‘Aba Reads Deuteronomy’ and the lysergic campfire strums of ‘Let Him Who Is Without a Sin.’