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Boomkat Product Review:
Dasha Rush fully explores her latent ambient side with 'Sleepstep', her debut suite of tech-nocturnes for Raster Noton. It's quite a departure from her sleek, signature club sound, largely leaving the big kicks at home and heading towards dark, brooding scapes and skeletal rhythms perfused with her own vocals and icy-fingered melodies. The ambient/sound design aspect is a constant throughout Dasha's oeuvre, whether in the drone elements or expansive club track intros like LADA's 'Indust' or in her work for Fullpanda sub-label, Hunger To Create. But 'Sleepstep' is clearly her most expansive ambient statement to date, drawing a glistening web of connections between Cosey Fanni Tutti's poetic, avant explorations, Biosphere's radiant atmospheres, and the creepy, wipe-clean textures of certain Coil and CoH moments. It's substantial, too, weighing in at 16 tracks in 72 minutes, all adding up to a bit of a must-have for lovers of stark nEuropean ambient techno. Recommended!