Boomkat Product Review:
Downliners Sekt make their Infiné debut proper with two teasing, hi-tech 'tronic soul steppers. The elusive Catalan duo have consistently challenged our perceptions of sonic time and space with their handful of releases to date, and this one is no different. 'Trim' feels like it's working at three tempos at once, somewhere between Burial-esque 2-step, minimal D&B and dusted downbeat elegance yet never quite one or the other, while maintaining a beautiful, time-dilating tension. 'Tab' also manages to flit brackets like few others, everything feels rapid yet somehow slow, the drums feel pitched at the incorrect speed and move with an autistic twitch that's at once jarring and highly endearing to our sensibilities, while the blurred, James-Blake-like vocals and sparse keys anchor the soul front and centre. Really good stuff, once again.