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Boomkat Product Review:
Pretty much every few years Terrence Dixon announces that he’s going to quit making music, and then comes back stronger, tauter than ever with a blinder like this for Rush Hour or the recent Detroit City At Night EP for Metroplex.
In pursuit of Dixon’s Theater Of A Confused Mind (2014) LP for Rush Hour, the sleek, horsepowered momentum of The Move is built around strapping double bass vamps and a feathered 909 groove with details picked out by searchlight-style synth sweeps for that perfectly paranoid, furtive 313 vibe.
On the flip, a staunch supporter of that aesthetic, Orlando Voorn remixes The Move by tightening the screws of Dixon’s double bass to a wood-creaking tension whilst knuckling the kicks firmer into place.