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Boomkat Product Review:
Muse and influence on Huerco S., Mister Water Wet yields an absorbingly inimitable side of small-sound ambient detail and latin jazz structures with cult label Soda Gong after his ace 2nd expo with West Mineral.
’Top Natural Drum’ is a strong new addition to MWW’s steadily evolving oeuvre located at the edge of contemporary ambient, Mo Wax-style beatdown grooves and the kind of frayed, rhythmelodic textures heard in Kelman Duran’s original productions or early Scott Herren and Beta Bodega works as much as the nuance of Cotton Goods. It’s that 20 year cycle in effect, resurfacing thru the memory foam and loam of 2nd hand record ephemera and dusty shelves in a subtly altered form that feels relatively new because of its distance from the original thing.
Primed for head nodders and night owls, the album follows a mazy course from the shimmering pen-on-water bottle percussion of ’Soak’ to its post-midnight intimacies of heavy breathing loops, dusted drums and lonesome jazz noir in ‘Coroner Kent (Theme)’. He keeps everything locked to the lokey and quietly compelling across bouts of insectoid detail and flight tresillo rhythm in ‘A Whisper Won’t Scale a Wall’, and DJ Krush-alike lope of ‘Caged At Last’ or ‘Classicfit’, luring into a zoned in/out headache where one might slip off on one’s own thoughts, and find themselves in more curious spaces like the gloopy domestic rustles of ‘Little Karoo’, and smoked out hustle of ‘Bust at the Derby’ with an effect surely reflecting or complementing stoned minds.