Boomkat Product Review:
Redshape visits Martyn's 3024 imprint for a full-fat solo session, following his 2010 remix of Martyn's 'Seventy Four'. On a pendulous and heavily squashed Chicago vibe, A-side 'Throw In Dirt' traps a harpy-like diva under warehouse-maddening square bass and rusted, railing vintage machine rhythm, the kind that'll slice off your ear if you don't step correct. B-side 'The Land' comes to trap your ass with percolating, downtown Dance Mania rhythms locked to a grubby bass phrase while beautifully moody synth chords loom over the lot. By the time the hi-hats kick in and the synth brass is arcing the night sky, you're owned. A surefire tip, this!