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Boomkat Product Review:
After years in duo with Dusk, Keysound’s Martin “Blackdown” Clark ventures solo with the weightless etudes of Those Moments, neatly incorporating both sampled vocals and original bars from Trim and Farrah to put a succinctly poetic spin on the ‘weightless’ movement coined by Mumdance & Logos.
It’s effectively a soundbwoy’s fever dream, leaving the beats behind to focus on what are effectively the zoomed-in and extended breakdowns of ‘ardcore ‘nuum styles, the bits at the start of records and between the grooves where the tension pensively floats before the next rush.
The rush never comes in Those Moments, but the tension holds tight in all parts, subtly modulated between salty glare of Abundance and the horizon-scanning gaze of Halcyon Skies, turning up a strong moment for the DJs on the impending, Optical or Logos-like pressure of Who Does It (KSA) featuring spare bars from Trim, and some almost uncomfortable insight with the brooding intimations of Those Moments.