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Boomkat Product Review:
Touch Sensitive lean in for an ace group portrait ranging from spectral organ works to tumpin’ techno, IDM hyper-prisms, doom drone and sleazy psych grinders
Marking five years of the label’s non-linear diversions, ‘Wacker That’ is one of those rare compilations that transcends the sum of its parts and opens a window on microcosms you might not know exist. It also serves as a strong reminder of what they’ve been up to, and may turn a few heads back to their aces releases such as Cherrystones’ ‘Critical Mass’ compilation, Barry Lynn’s kosmiche escape pods or Autumns’ metamorphosis into nasty EBM band.
It’s puckered with myriad, off-road surprises that reveals the Northern Irish experimental and electronic music scene to be in rude health, ranging from the SND and Far Eastern-oriented electronics of Sonopy’s ‘Diamante Shithouse’ to a seriously rugged slug of crushed grime by Bloom with ‘Mystery Setting’, and a cap-tip to yer mam’s favourite in Elaine Howley’s BoC-like ‘Song For Mary Black’ racked up beside the Factory Floor-compatible EBM jab of Autumns’ ‘Loosen Up’, and mutant industrial death-bop from Fears, as remixed by Gross Net Blood, plus a gorgeous analog synth coda by Natalia Beylis.