Boomkat Product Review:
Demdike Stare unleash the 6th instalment in their ongoing tespressing series, a split session focusing on damaged dancefloor articulations on the a-side, and demented metal edits on the flip.
’40 Years Under The Cosh’ spans the A-side and finds Demdike in feisty form, re-framing the bare-boned floor-bound funk of classic Artwork and Anthony Shakir within more brutal parameters, complete with some seriously disorientating shenanigans halfway through proceedings.
‘Frontin’ on the flipside heads somewhere else entirely once again, unloading an agitated, freeze-framed metal loop and turning it into a barely contained bass-and-drums session that, unsurprisingly, sounds like nothing you’ll have heard from this lot before. Play Loud.