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Boomkat Product Review:
Greek producer Pasiphae pushes a tense, furtive and killer electro-Italo-EBM sound on Interstellar Funk’s Artificial Dance
Recalling classic Murder Capital vibes as much as Helena Hauff’s contemporary scum budgers, but with an added air of ancient Hellenic intrigue, the Siphax EP is a strong testament to Fotini Kappa’s solo sound following her introduction on the Made Of Glass  hook-up with Intergalactic Gary for Bio Rhythm.
A-side, she bites down with steel-fanged jaws in the Giallo-esque scene-setter, Tachyons, then shifts down a gear for the aching sleaze and drama of Vertical Rotation, urged by evilly turgid subass and nerve-gnawing synths. B-side keeps up the pressure with Bladerunner-esque stacks of brassy synth flare in Quelque Chose De Mauvais recalling Afrodeutsche’s recent ace for Skam, logically pursued by the funereal Quelque Chose De Mal to an exceptional parting shot with the unharnessed, Italinate arps of header working just as usefully as an outro or dramatic set-starter in the right claws.