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Boomkat Product Review:
After that ace Audio Boyz 12”, Blank Mind’s 9th release exhibits the more gnarled, abstract and rugged elements of Sam Purcell a.k.a. Dance’s UK-rooted but outward-looking label.
Purcell heads up the session with a creepy, beat-less piece that sounds like The Caretaker getting lost in a miasma of classical Indian raga, before the Alan Johnson duo return tot he label with whirring micro mechanics applied to macro, smacking drums in the shark-eyed swerve of Ank.
Following up his 12” for Batu’s Timedance, L.Sae, who’s maybe best known as Merits, offers the convulsive, chaotic industrial clatter of Dices Courter on the other side, but the best is saved for dessert with Variete’s burly debut shot of stormy techno hydraulics.