Boomkat Product Review:
Purple-bruised Dutch techno-house from Mark Du Mosch, effortlessly commanding your jack with four tracks of driving, messed up late night music.
The Red Hour is a straight winner accentuating recoiling kicks and slinky tropical rhythms with a payload of intensifying electro disco noise. Fusillade follows at a stealthier pace with grubby bass and cranky, militant snare tattoo clad in dank Lowlands atmospherics.
Special Forces meanwhile nails a killer deep and minimal techno swing laced-up with virulent 16th note arpeggios, and Vigil burns with amore blunted, brooding vibe between arcane New Beat and industrial vibes.