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Boomkat Product Review:
Driving deep techno from Washington DC’s Jackson Ryland on 1432r, keeping it close to home following local don Max D’s ‘Many Any’ LP
Built deep and robust in a classic Detroit vein, the ’Stealth Mode’ EP wets pumping uptempo rhythms with underwater pads in four parts, going deep and dark with the Suburban Knight-esue pressure of ’Stealth Mode’ and the gruff heft of ‘Air & Space’, whereas ‘Aloe Vera’ is more expansive, lushed up, but still smacking, and ‘Blaze Freak’ swings out off-centre with warm jazz chords and ruff cut drums recalling DJ Spider or something Max D might play.