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Boomkat Product Review:
Skulking cyber beatdown with a noirish ‘90s edge comparable to Hiro Kone and Drew McDowell-via-AI era B12 and Speedy J, and rhythms a la Tolouse Low Trax, deployed by Amsterdam’s BSS duo aka Beesmunt Soundsystem
After explorations of new beat-y electro and off-kilter deep house with Church and Hivern Discs, the duo’s Dekmantel debut shapes up as five lean but big-boned grooves that hew to a slow-to-midtempo pace and feel like a ripe soundtrack to sampling Amsterdam’s various pleasures. We point you to a proper highlight of ‘90s AI styles in the piquant acid tweaks and sloshing electro impulses of ‘Scannen’, and some classy nEuro intrigue in the choral percs and subbass sashay of ‘Spaarndammerplantsoen’, with ‘Box’ nodding to late ‘90s Depeche Mode, and “westerpark’ wickedly hinging on/off the electro halfstep.