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Boomkat Product Review:
Tommy Four Seven bookends this decade with his 2nd LP of tuffened techno in ‘Veer’, the follow-up to 2011’s ‘Primate’
Fair to say T47 has evolved his sound over the course of this strange decade where techno has noisily consumed itself, only to remain resolutely more economically viable as a worldwide dancefloor commodity. At the start of the decade Tommy was one of those artists pushing techno into crankier corners, and evidently by the end of the same decade he’s one of those souls still nurturing its mutant ends.
Across its 10 tracks he keeps the form bristling, spiky and misshapen with gauntleted sound design and crunching rhythms, churning up rugged highlights between the clenched jag of ’2084’ and the diesel-fuelled charge of ‘The Virus’, before swilling out something like Regis-meets-Shxcxchcxsh in the rotten hydraulics of ‘Neuromorph’, and running a sopping sort of halfstep D&B in ‘Feed’, along with the clubfoot trample of ‘Protocol 9’ and the brutalist lunge of ‘X Threat’.