Boomkat Product Review:
If Detritus' new record 'Thresholds' could be rendered into a human being 'Weird Science'-style, it would undoubtedly take the shape of a well-to-do orchestra conductor riding around the estate with a dirty great boom box on his shoulder. Intrigued? Then read on... Blessed with an ability to cast epic vistas from a palate of synth strings, David Dando-Moore (aka Detritus) then pummels them into a blooded mess with battalions of hip-hop gilded beats and border-line break-core mopping up any survivors. Literally kicking off with the incendiary 'Day One', Detritus balances himself somewhere between the doomtronics of Zan Lyon and the Vicks Vapour licks of classic rave - the result being as unsettling and oddly listenable as you'd expect. From here, 'U(S)' is heavily indebted to the man Squarepusher, 'Fragments Don't Make A Whole' is a machine-gun of staccato, whilst EP closer sounds a lot like The Avalanches 'Since I Left You'. So there.