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Boomkat Product Review:
One of Techno's slipperiest operators presents his debut album statement in the subtle but lush structures of 'Suzi Ecto' for Fabric/Rob Booth's Houndstooth.
Over the last four years the London-based musician has garnered the respect of everyone from PAN's Bill Kouligas to Ben UFO and Objekt, exemplifying his artistic versatility and aptitude for transcending cerebral and club dimensions. With 'Suzi Ecto' he opens a lucidly gorgeous space between the 'floor and our imagination, sweeping us thru eleven concisely detailed prisms refracting classic IDM and exotic 4th world ambient thru minimal techno and garage frameworks.
It's all got a very contrary English quality to it, contradicting sheer and prickly textures with blissful and melancholic emotions to discern a systemic sound that plays and feeds off its binaries, from the meld of glassy electronics, airborne jszz sax and mnml dancehall bump of 'Sulu Sekou' to the dank but brittle techno jag of 'Hoax Eye', and the gyroscopic, head-gone whorl of 'Acephale I'. Most crucially he nails that balancing act of esoteric intent, and physical, tactile function, proving himself one of the most intangible, elusive - in terms of aesthetics - producers from the UK right now.