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Boomkat Product Review:
Karenn’s Voam throw down four nagging, acidic techno mutations from Berlin’s Piska Power
Keeping up the screwball techno momentum of Peder Mannerfelt’s turn for the label, Piska Power leads on from outings with Power Station and Kess Kill with a rudely chewy and playful bag of techno oddballs, but don’t worry, they’re still ripe for the ‘floor.
His title tune comes stripped to the bone with EBM-tight drums and needling 16th note arps in a freaky style recalling Lory D attacks, and ‘Taxon’ loosens up a bit with wonky acid lines pinned into place by crunching snares and sparing vocoder. It only gets weirder from here in, swilling the club at full rinse with the uptempo pelt of ‘Pica Pica’ and bringing the vocoder back with a vengeance in ‘Vokoka’ for something like Peder Mannerfelt imitating a ketty Kraftwerk.