Boomkat Product Review:
Trippy, tucked-up minimal house from the excellent René Audiard (Düve, B-Tracks) following a string of zingers for The Double R and Blank Slate back onto Supply Records - the label he runs with John Barrera (the other half of B-Tracks).
Where prevailing house trends have led either to raw, knacked tropes, or rooted US garage, Audiard trims it all back to focus on whirring, micro-rhythmic intricacy and detail to subtly update the most infectious, hypnotic elements of ‘00s micro-house and techno.
A-side, he percolates the lip-bitingly tight swing and sliding layers of Spectre and the coarser textured, Afro-rhythmic rut of Orly for the all-night posse, and B-side twitches to the persistently itchy bump and lush, hyaline marimba tone of Odkyrcia before turning left with the rustling, windswept roll of SZCZ.
This is a peach, no kippin’!