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Boomkat Product Review:
The elusive Eugene Hector a.k.a. Dro Carey a.k.a. Tuff Sherm rubs out four smartly infectious techno-house plays for Canada’s Normals Welcome label.
It was 2015 when we last heard Tuff Sherm (although Dro Carey recently made a strong show with Queensberry Rules) and he sounds more energised, colourful now than we ever remember.
A-side he hits the vibe dead on with a mesh of plasticky strings and dry, gritty bass heft that sounds Derrick May and Levon Vincent going offroad in Fonder & Denison, before cutting back to swampy acid funk with Method Men, whilst B-side yields the teasing synth lead and slinky swerve of Squire’s Skull and the skilful balance of crank, hollow techno tones and breezy house feels in Waldron Mug.
Strange but true. Good sex.