Boomkat Product Review:
Berghain resident Fiedel puts his weight behind two meaty jackers, plus a very canny twist of slinky, prurient EBM that requires your attention.
The leathering kicks and insurgent noise control of Substance B forms a marked difference from recent years of Fiedel productions, which have tended toward a sort of camp UKF-EBM hybrid, whereas this one is more shark-eyed, dark and tempestuous. Likewise Track 432, which feels like a more demented take on Ben Klock’s Red Alert.
If you need any one, though; it’s S-Drive: where those UKF/Soca-style snare patterns come into play on a strapping, reticulated EBM bassline that’s tying us in fxxking knots right now.