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Boomkat Product Review:
Nasty-ass electro functions from CPU’s new Japanese player, on a deftly hard flex akin to Stingray, Made, Drexciya, Ultradyne
Shun’s first record for CPU is a result of him winning over the Sheffield label with a class warm-up DJ set at their 2018 Tokyo showcase. The four tracks betray an obsessive, classic approach to the format that could easily be mistaken as the work of a Detroit regular or some veteran cyborg, holding a deadly fine line between the gnashing drums and Made-esque stabs of ‘Digital Slave’, the tight hydraulics and shark-eyed synths of ‘Kishibe’, and more Drexciyan kinetix on ‘Bizarre’, while the discordant, panel-beaten percussion of ‘Rohan’ feels more like one of Ultradyne’s freakish creations.