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Boomkat Product Review:
Glossy, rave-aware neo-dancehall that locks FDM's low-end wobble into an dubwise club template that should appeal to followers of Equiknoxx, Epic B and Nervous Horizons' own TSVI.
Montreal's SIM materialized back in 2019 with his wobbly af FDM-influenced debut EP "NEURAL GAIN". Now he's teamed up with London's Nervous Horizon stable, and continues his trek thru bass-heavy, skeletal club music with "Terminate".
Five tracks of icy, neon synth stabs and sparse, razor-sharp percussion, the EP sounds like a club-focused take on Kingston originals Equiknoxx's undulating alt-dancehall. But where Equiknoxx sit in a lineage of Jamaican pop and wyrd studio experiments, SIM approaches his tracks from a background of techno, dubstep and contemporary club music. Tracks like 'Stock Pile' and 'Fall' sellotape warehouse bleeps and stabs on snare-heavy percussive heaters, while 'Chased' and title track 'Terminate' offer a cheerful foil to the moody slither of SIM's contemporaries. Hard.